KRISTJAN

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KRISTJAN is a joint Armenian-Belgian venture established in 2019. Having more than 10 years of experience in investment banking, the founders settled down in Armenia permanently and are currently engaged in agriculture owning a large area of gardens and tourism organizing tours from Belgium to Armenia. Having a land of 4ha in Kharberd, Yerevan the company intends to diversify its current portfolio of business activities and establish a solar PV in the selected area. For the project an SPV structure will be set up.

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Renewable Energy

5.8 MW Kharberd Solar PV in Armenia

Yerevan

The company owns a 4 ha land plot in Kharberd and plans to outsource it for an investor, or investment fund to establish 5.8 MW solar PV. The plot is situated in the high solar intensity zone of Armenia and is within close distance of electricity grids. The proposed design consists of 2 units with nominal output power of 2.3MW plus one unit with nominal output power of 1.2 MW, each one formed by several parallel and series associations of photovoltaic modules, which in turn are mounted on fixed structures with horizontal PV module assembly. Using this design, the Typical Meteorological Year of the area provided by the Client and modelling the characteristics of the surrounding obstacles, the plant performance and production has been calculated showing a capacity factor of 23%. Fixed structures will be formed 3 rows of 19 PV panels (57 PV panels per structure) and it will be south oriented: - General Block – 2.3MW: there will be connected 152 PV fixed structures of 3 rows with 19 PV panels per 2.3MW ITC (8664 PV panels). Each 2.3MW ITC has two 1164kW inverters. Solar inverters are used to convert the direct current generated by PV modules into alternating current of low voltage. A double secondary power transformer (one secondary winding for each inverter) will raise it to medium voltage under optimal conditions of voltage and frequency for grid connection. - General Block – 1.2MW: there will be connected 76 PV fixed structures of 3 rows with 19 PV panels per 1.2MW ITC (4332 PV panels). The 1.2MW ITC has one 1164kW inverter. Solar inverters are used to convert the direct current generated by PV modules into alternating current of low voltage. A single secondary power transformer will raise it to medium voltage under optimal conditions of voltage and frequency for grid connection. Each ITC will be equipped with an auxiliary power transformer which will supply energy to necessary auxiliary services for proper operating of PV plant (inverter power supply, lighting, monitoring, power suppliers, etc.). Armenia has a large potential for solar energy (the average annual solar energy production per 1sq.m. of the surface is 1,720 kWh/sq.m. and a quarter of the country has an annual solar energy supply of 1,850 kWh/sq.m). The Government of the Republic of Armenia guarantees the purchase of the full amount of electricity produced from renewable sources within the next 20 years. Today, Armenia is building several large solar power plants with a total capacity of 400 MW.

Required investments

$5,244,000

2 254 920 000֏

Profitability

30%

KRISTJAN LLC

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