Our Conergy EPC Services solution gives you the versatility to decide whether your project requires our complete three-phase offering of engineering, procurement and construction or just one of these select specialist services.
Once our Conergy Project Development team have handled all aspects involved in acquiring, investing or financially backing a planned future development or a partly developed or constructed project, our EPC Services team step in to competently deliver a fully commissioned turnkey solar project.
Our specialist in-house Conergy Solar Engineers design the project to match pre-determined requirements and site-specific details. Before the engineering design is finalised, yield simulation tests are run to make sure it is the most efficient and productive configuration possible.
The Conergy Solar Engineers and Project Construction Managers work closely with our Procurement Team to ensure all our ‘Tier One’ products are able to be supplied and delivered on-site and on time.
Conergy exclusively uses ‘Tier One’ crystalline solar modules and conducts independent QA audits and testing on all solar module products. Tier One modules achieve a higher energy output, longer life-span and are supported with a quality warranty to suit Australian standards and remote weather conditions.
From the preparation of the project documentation to the handover of the turnkey solar plant, Conergy finalises the project paperwork and applies our experience-based project and global quality standards to ensure all contractors and sub-contractors are performing to requirement.
During the construction phase, each project is led by an experienced Conergy Project Construction Manager, who oversees each and every project milestone. Our Conergy Project Construction Managers and team also encourage employing local labourers and sub-contractors, helping to train and support remote local economies and communities.
Conergy was contracted by RWE Supply & Trading, the energy trading house of European utility RWE Group, to complete full EPC services and connect the 37MWp solar power plant to the grid.
Located on a disused airfield at Kencot Hill, the new power plant is already producing enough electricity to supply 10,000 homes in the local area. Conergy will continue to operate and maintain the plant after its ownership is transferred to Foresight Solar Fund Limited, a LSE-listed fund managed by Foresight Group.
The Kencot Hill site is well screened from the area’s busy neighbouring roads, after Conergy planted 15 acres of woodland, and installed and reinforced two miles of hedgerows. The solar farm has planning permission for twenty-four years, after which the land must be returned to its original use. In that time, it is expected to avoid the release of a quarter of a million tonnes of greenhouse gases.