More Than a Decade of Power Generation Experience
Chiriqui Hospital is a photovoltaic project of 600 KW of nominal power with a fixed structure on the roof and the garage of the Chiriqui Hospital. Now we are generating clean energy and saving on our net consumption of 30% from the electricity bill in Chiriqui Hospital. The project is designated “auto-consumption” under the program of ASEP AN 5399-Elec. The private hospital is in the City of David, capital of the province of Chiriqui, Panama.
ɅLMɅ I is one of the four photovoltaic plants that make up ɅLMɅ MɅTER, a sustainable educational partnership with the University of Panama [UP]. Thanks to this 40MWp solar project, the UP will become the first public university in Latin America with the capacity to be powered entirely with renewable energy. ɅLMɅ I will be supported by a fixed structure on the floor and will count with 545Wp bifacial solar modules, connected to the National Interconnected System through a 12-kilometer transmission line at a voltage of 34.5kV.
Greenwood Energy, recently completed a solar panel installation on the roof of Super 99 with a total power of 941 Kwp, a well-known supermarket and the biggest chain in the country of Panama. This project is part of a larger agreement with Super 99 to install solar panels on the rooftops and carports until of total of 21 buildings (16 MWp in total) that belongs to the chain distributed in the different provinces of the country, as Cocle, Chirqui, etc). The agreement could be extended up to 30 buildings that are been discussing nowadays after checking the great savings results of the pilot installation of Super 99 (Mañanitas).