Tag: utility-scale plant

Solar Market Parity Spain 2020

  • On February 26, 2020
Inaccess is a branding sponsor at “Solar Market Parity Spain 2020” When: March 19, 2020 Where: Avenida de la Hispanidad 2-4 Madrid, Spain Links: Hilton Come and Join us to find more about Unity, one of the most powerful and reliable SCADA monitoring and control systems in the world. Want to meet us in person? email to: marketing@nullinaccess.com You
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Intersolar North America 2020

  • On January 29, 2020
Inaccess is attending at “Intersolar North America 2020” When: February 4-6, 2020 Where: San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA Links: Intersolar N.A. Come and Join us to find more about Unity, one of the most powerful and reliable SCADA monitoring and control systems in the world. Want to meet us in person? email to: marketing@nullinaccess.com You can view the
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Solar Future Nigeria 2019

  • On November 25, 2019
Inaccess & Lapomik Energy (Local Partner for INACCESS S.A) are branding sponsors at “The Solar Future Nigeria 3nd edition”, which will take place in Lagos, Nigeria on 4th & 5th of December 2019. Come and Join us to find more about Unity, one of the most powerful and reliable SCADA monitoring and control systems in the world. Want
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UNITY platform for 390 MWp utility-scale solar plant in Brazil

  • On October 2, 2018
Inaccess has successfully completed the deployment of its UNITY platform of a 390MW solar plant in Brazil. The project has been developed by a renown Global Utility and includes two levels of PPCs for the overall plant and for several individual sub-plants,  compliant with strict ONS grid requirements. With a number of very large utility-scale plants in the country,
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Utility-scale solar plant for 70MWp and 130MWp in Australia 

  • On October 1, 2018
Inaccess has established a local presence and is working in a number of utility-scale solar power plants in Australia. Currently, we are providing UNITY along with grid integration services for a 70MWp and a 130MWp plant, planned and developed by two of the largest global solar PV developers. Inaccess is also providing studies and simulations
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