EPC for Solar Power Plants

EPC, or engineer-procure-construct, defines the stages of a project and how it is executed. You can combine all three aspects however you would like to complete your project. How those aspects are combined imply different strategies in how you approach your project. EPC This is the most straightforward form of EPC, where you hire a firm to design your system, procure the equipment and construct the site. Everything is done under one contract, leaving you with one bill to pay. If you have little to no knowledge on the specifics of the industry, but have the right financial backing and application, you can hire an EPC firm to take your project through to fruition.

A good EPC firm has the knowledge, industry contacts, and sometimes the right vendor leverage to get your project built for an acceptable price and on schedule. With a long list of contractors, engineers and vendors at their disposal, these firms know what you need before you do and can help guide you through the implementation process. EnerAm Solar helps and guides you get all these under one roof. Photovoltaic power station, also known as a solar park, is a large-scale photovoltaic system (PV system) designed for the supply of merchant power into the electricity grid. They are differentiated from most building-mounted and other de-centralised solar power applications because they supply power at the utility level, rather than to a local user or users. They are sometimes also referred to as solar farms or solar ranches, especially when sited in agricultural areas. The generic expression utility-scale solar is sometimes used to describe this type of project. EnerAm Solar offers a wide range of services towards building a robust and most efficient Solar Power Plant from capacity of 1 MW and above with a systematic and step wise approach.

Steps for a successful and a financial & technical viable Solar EPC

  • Site Identification
  • Preliminary Financial Analysis
  • Land Leasing or Buying
  • Basic Engineering Design/Technology Selection
  • Permitting
  • Power Purchase Agreement
  • Financing of the Solar Project
  • Testing and Connection to Grid
  • Ongoing O&M