The Groningen Microgrid Project is a smart grid project located in Groningen, Netherlands. The project was commissioned in 2019.
The Groningen Microgrid Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is a microgrid, renewable integration project with a rated capacity of 10MW. It is implemented in the renewable energy generator.
The smart grid project is owned by Ecorus.
The Groningen Microgrid Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Solar Power Supply
Groningen Microgrid Project development status
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The commissioning of Groningen Microgrid Project was completed in 2019.
– Alfen was selected by Ecorus, an international solar PV developer and constructor, to deliver local micro-grids and connections to the central power grid for solar PV farms Tholen and Leeksterveld in the Netherlands.
– Leeksterveld is located in the province of Groningen and has a capacity of 10 MWp.
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