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Masrik solar project in Armenia reaches key milestone with main transformer installation

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In a momentous leap forward for Armenia's renewable energy sector, the Masrik solar project, led by Sinomach, has achieved a significant milestone with the successful installation of the main transformer. This accomplishment sets the stage for the next phase of substation construction, marking a pivotal advancement in the development of one of the largest PV power stations currently under construction in the country.

 
The Masrik solar project in Armenia reaches key milestone with main transformer installation. [Photo/CMEC]
 
Undertaken by China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC), a subsidiary of Sinomach, the Masrik solar project is a transformative initiative aimed at establishing a state-of-the-art 55MWac (62.09MWdc) PV power station. Beyond the power station itself, the project encompasses the construction of a 110kV substation, a 110kV metering station, and an approximately 10-kilometer-long transmission line, which will serve to connect the substation to the grid connection point. Once operational, the project is poised to significantly contribute to the advancement of local green energy, playing a crucial role in the nation's sustainable energy landscape.
 
The successful installation of the main transformer not only represents a major step forward for the Masrik solar project but also underscores the unwavering commitment of Sinomach and its subsidiary, CMEC, to bolstering Armenia's renewable energy infrastructure. This achievement is a testament to the dedication and expertise of the project team, as well as the collaborative efforts of all involved stakeholders.
 
As the Masrik solar project progresses, it is expected to play a pivotal role in fostering sustainable energy practices and furthering the nation's green energy objectives. This initiative stands as a testament to the potential for solar energy to drive positive change in Armenia's energy mix and to contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions and the promotion of a cleaner, more sustainable future.
 
The successful installation of the main transformer marks a significant step forward for the Masrik solar project and underscores the commitment of all involved parties to the advancement of renewable energy in Armenia. As the project continues to make strides, it is poised to significantly contribute to the nation's energy landscape, setting the stage for a cleaner, more sustainable future.