Ecoppia, an organization centered on robotic cleansing options for solar photovoltaic installations, is offering help for ENGIE’s 181.25 MW AC Coya Solar PV Plant in Chile’s Antofagasta area, the energy firm’s largest mission in northern Chile.
The Coya Solar PV Plant is positioned in one of many driest areas on the earth. Ecoppia’s water-free robotic cleansing options are perfect for the challenges the area presents, as they permit efficient, frequent and autonomous cleansing, in areas with water shortage and excessive soiling, the corporate says. Ecoppia’s cloud-based platform permits steady monitoring and distant administration of the robots, in addition to a sophisticated preventive upkeep program.
“South America is a fast-growing region for renewable energy, and Ecoppia is excited to play such a vital role in ensuring high energy outputs of solar sites despite the local challenges,” says Ecoppia’s CEO, Jean Scemama. “We are happy to collaborate with ENGIE once again, as ENGIE is a forward-thinking company that understands automation is a necessity for large-scale site management, as they know our solutions help IPPs reach lower LCOE.”
Ecoppia has over 16 GW of robotic cleansing contracts below settlement worldwide.