October 16 2020 - Bangladesh’s largest solar power plant in Mymensingh is fully installed with Huawei Smart PV solution, in which it has connected to the national grid since beginning of October. The 73 MW PV power plant would help meeting the government's target of generating 10 percent of the country's total electricity using renewable energy by 2021.
Bruce Li, Director of Asia Pacific Digital Power Business, Huawei said, ‘Bangladesh is a new market for us however we have seen a great momentum in the past year. We are delighted to have worked with our partners in Bangladesh on this exciting 73 MW project in Mymensingh. We look forward to continue bringing our latest innovations and green energy to the local market and helping the region to accelerate its energy digitalization and transformation.’
Bangladesh is a typical South Asian country where it enjoys up to 2,500 hours of sunshine per year but with humid and hot climate. With this in mind, the Mymensingh power plant has chosen Huawei Smart PV string inverters, SUN2000-185KTL with IP66 high level protection and Anti-PID technologies to safe guard the smooth running of the plant with highest yields possible.
Over the past a few years, Bangladesh renewable energy has developed rapidly. The local government has set the target installation capacity of 3168 MW in Vision 2021. With more than 30 years of expertise in digital information technology, Huawei is committed to innovate and enable renewable energy to empower each individual, home, and organization.