Large-Scale Solar PV Power Generation

Amid rising awareness of the environment and issues of fossil fuels and nuclear energy, there is growing interest in renewable energy. Solar photovoltaic power generation uses renewable energy that is natural, safe and sustainable.

In developing plants, RENOVA emphasizes dialogues with local communities and respects local history and culture. It independently deals with all processes from construction to maintenance after the start of operation.

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Friendly to the Planet

Friendly to the Planet

Electric power is generated from solar energy. It emits no waste, no effluent, no noises and no vibrations.


Converting Light Energy from the Sun into Electricity

A solar cell is a device that converts light energy from the sun into electricity.
A solar cell comprises two semiconductors that differ in properties. One is called n-type silicon and the other p-type silicon.
In response to light, solar cells generate positively charged particles and negatively charged particles to produce electricity. Electric power generated at solar power plants is transmitted to households after its voltage and current are modulated.

Electricity Travels from Power Plant to Households

Electricity Travels from Power Plant to Households

Process towards Start of Operation of Large-Scale Solar PV Project

Process of Development of Large-Scale Solar PV Power Generation

  1. Planning(Development Phase)
    • Simulation of power production
    • Facility outline design
    • Revenues and expenses planning
    • Consideration on taking advantage of a subsidy program
  2. Procedures and negotiations(Development Phase)
    • Dialogues with locals
    • Consultations on grid connection
    • Actions for licenses, approvals and notifications
    • Negotiations with the governmental sector
  3. Fund procurement(Development Phase)
    • Consideration of the procurement scheme
    • Detailed project planning
    • Negotiations with financial institutions
    • Application for subsidy
  4. Design and construction(Development Phase)
    • Facility design
    • Selection of equipment
    • Construction management
    • Process management and coordination
  5. Start of operation(Operation Phase)
  6. Maintenance(Operation Phase)
    • Remote monitoring
    • Maintenance implementation