Italian Innovation: Santerno wins 155 MW supply contract for PV solar project in Imperial Valley, CA
Posted by Machines Italia | 19 Jul 2012
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SAN FRANCISCO, July 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Santerno has been awarded with a supply contract for 155 MW of Santerno skid inverter stations to be installed in an Imperial Valley, California solar plant.
"This contract is a milestone for Santerno, as it signals our entrance into the USA Solar Farm Market," says Guido Tonin, Executive Vice President of Santerno Inc., the North America subsidiary of Italy's Santerno Group, located in San Francisco.
"The supply to the Project in California is completely in line with our globalization plans for the Solar Farm market segment," says Marco Tecchio, CEO of the Santerno Group; "we are glad to announce it, following Santerno's successful completion of the 124 MW Ravenna (Italy) project end of 2011, Santerno's supply contract announcement for the 81 MW Kathu project in South Africa (South Africa's very first solar farm) in May 2012, and Santerno's commissioning in Europe, and lately, in China and India of over 2.5 GW of solar inverters, the large majority of which were deployed in Solar Farm applications.
Santerno Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, CA, promotes and distributes Santerno's inverters for solar, wind, and industrial applications for the North American market. The Santerno Group, with over 40 years of experience in power electronics (and 25 years in solar inverter), is a leading company in the Italian solar market (the largest in the world in 2011). To date, Santerno has delivered over 2,500 MW of solar inverters, mostly for Solar Farm applications. The Santerno Group is consolidated in the balance sheet of the Carraro Group, a public company and global leader in off-highway power transmission systems. The Carraro Group has been in business since the '30s, traded at the Milan stock exchange (Italy) since 1995. In 2011, the Carraro Group Sales Turnover exceeded $1.2 billion.