The catalan renewable energy company Tamesol, has just completed successfully the delivery of the first stage of its most important project in United Kingdom.
A site with history
Airfield, Kimbolton Road, Chelveston.
Located in an old aerodrome opened in 1941, known as Station 105, was used by the American Army Air Force (USAAF) during World War II. From 2005 it was sold by the Ministry of Defense and today hosts one of the major renewable energy facilities of the country, including wind, biomass and photovoltaic.
The project’s magnitude has done that Tamesol has had to use thoroughly. PV modules manufacturing has been made in its Malaysian factory, from the Kelang’s port the almost 100 containers have been shipped to Rotterdam, where the customs clearance is realized and the delivery is managed through terrestrial transport to the final destiny in Chelveston.
Chelveston Renewable Energy Park.
As a whole, the project equals more than 80 MW, due to it hosts different technologies like wind, photovoltaic or biomass. The module used has been the TM-P660250; polycrystalline technology with 250 Wp. In total were supplied more than 65.000 modules, equivalent in extension to 50 football fields.