Syntegra Solar serves as Owners Engineer in 250 MWp of PV Power Plant Projects in the Philippines

• 8 PV Power Plants in Total • All PV Power Plants to meet the Philippine FIT deadline on March 15, 2016

December 14, 2015: Syntegra Solar coordinates and supervises the installation of currently 8 PV Power Plants totaling some 250 MWp in the Philippines alone. The daily installation of the PV Module Arrays (electro-mechanical installation) is up to 4 MWp/day, with the best daily installation rate at the largest PV Power Plant being increased to 1.3 MWp/day.


Syntegra Solar expects some 46 MWp to be commissioned by the end of this year, and expects all PV Power Plants under its supervision to comfortably meet the Philippine FIT deadline on March 15, 2016, some of which will be commissioned ahead of contractually agreed upon schedules.

Syntegra Solar has deployed a team of 10 Top PV System Experts in the Philippines, most of them from EU and from the US, with decades of experience in the Design, Engineering, Installation and Commissioning of larger PV Power Plants world-wide. This Team is supported by a Team of Philippine Experts of more than 20 Civil-, Electrical- and Mechanical-Engineers, all of which are working on-site on a continued basis.

"In-depth PV technology and PV systems expertise, thorough hands-on experience, application of best practice processes during design reviews and installation supervision, supported by a continued on-site presences of Senior PV Experts, assures an on-time and on-budget installation of PV Power Plants in the equally important superior long-term quality. Our experience and expertise in developing and owning proprietary PV Power Plants is considered a key enabler. It positions Syntegra uniquely to apply lessons learned to the very benefit of our customers", states Mathias G. Kothe, Founder and Managing Partner of Syntegra.

About Syntegra Solar:
Syntegra Solar Intl AG is an established partnership of consultants, covering upstream and downstream activities in the PV solar industry. The partners have deep insight into the production and performance of cells and modules. Downstream activities cover project development, tender solicitation and bid evaluation processes, as well as OE (Owner's Engineer) and LTA (Lenders Technical Advisor) services.

Founded in 2003 by Mathias Kothe in Switzerland, the Syntegra partnership is engaged in PV power plant projects in the EU, in the GCC/MENA regions, in South-East Asia and Eurasia, as well as in South America.

Following the trend of PV installations, the partnership has set a focus on Asia and MENA. Currently providing Owners Engineer Services for more than 300 MWp in different Asian countries, Syntegra is also engaged in developing large-scale PV projects of more than 2 GWp in the MENA region.

More: http://www.syntegra-solar.de/

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