Vispiron Power Solutions and its local partner Maxsun have successfully installed and commissioned its first photovoltaic power plant in Iran.
Located in the Yazd province, the PV Plant was built on an area of seven hectares and generates an annual yield of 6.7 GWh of electricity. n cooperation with local project developer "Maxsun Dehshir Pisco", the 3.5 MW PV Plant was successfully commissioned after a construction period of merely a few weeks. The project is 100% financed by both Vispiron Power Solutions and Maxsun. For the successful realization of the project, the internationally experienced German EPC Vispiron worked with Maxsun EPC and several local Iranian companies.
Optimistic about further projects in Iran
"The realization of the project in Iran is considered as a milestone for the company and a demonstration of its impressive performance portfolio", says Florian Schönberger, Managing Director of Vispiron. "We remain optimistic that even after the US's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement, the treaty with the EU will be maintained, enabling the successful implementation of follow-up projects in the Iranian region". Even under the political conditions prior to the US's decision, major challenges had to be faced. In particular the logistics and customs process had been a major challenging tasks.
Professional cooperation with local authorities and partners
However Schönberger praises the cooperation with the local authorities and partners in Iran. "The cooperation was extremely positive and very professional. There is a high degree of open-mindedness and trust towards the technology, as well as towards international business partners and investors." (HCN)
According to SATBA's public relations, the continuing private sector partnership for the construction of renewable energy power plants in the country, the 3.5 MW power plant in Dehshir-Yazd has been implemented by joint investment between the local private sector and a German investor after three 10 MW solar power plants namely Noor (in Ashkzar), Pejvak (in Ardakan), and Ghadir (in Mehriz) in Yazd province. One of the fundamental and essential solutions adapting to climate changes, especially in the provinces that are affected by drought and dehydration challenges is the construction of renewable power plants like the solar system, which in addition to preventing the use of fossil fuels and the emission of air pollutants, does not require water consumption in electricity generation. The report adds, in addition to the construction of megawatt power plants in Yazd Province, 199 solar roof-tops have been constructed in the houses by subscribers. In this regard, Yazd province has made significant progress in comparison with other provinces in Iran. The report adds in the construction of this power plant, the maximum technical capacity and domestic equipment have been used. It created jobs for 60 and 10 indigenous people during the construction and operation periods, respectively.