400 MW collaboration in solar energy from Huawei and SolarAPEX


Huawei Turkey and SolarAPEX have agreed in the field of solar power plant. Huawei's products will be used in various projects of SolarAPEX under the contract signed at the Intersolar European Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, which includes a total energy volume of 400 MW.

Huawei has added to its investments and collaborations in the field of solar energy, which it has increased in recent years. Huawei and SolarAPEX have signed a new product supply contract. 140 MW of the 400 MW product to be provided under the contract is planned to be used in the world’s largest rooftop solar power plant project implemented by Tosyalı Holding in March 2022 and the remaining 260 MW unit is planned to be used in SolarAPEX’s roof and field applied GES projects all over Turkey.  

Jing Li: We will continue to work for the clean and bright world of the future

Huawei Turkey General Manager Jing Li said in his assessment: “Together with the valuable brands of our country, we will continue to work for the clean and bright world of the future and produce value for Turkey. We will continue to contribute to the ecosystem in the best way by leading solar industry projects in our country in particular.”

SolarAPEX General Manager Fatih Dogan also commented on the issue; “With our experience in solar energy systems installations, we continue to work in cooperation with important companies in Turkey and the world. We believe that this new 400 MW contract that we signed today will be one of the important success stories in the industry with the contributions of Huawei technology. I would like to thank Huawei Turkey for their support and valuable business partnerships in the project.”

Huawei SUN2000-100KTL-M1 Pro product to be used in the project provides complete protection against elements (DC ARK) that may cause heat-induced accidents without the need for additional hardware, thereby increasing the efficiency of the project. The contract also provides the “Huawei I-V Curve License”, which allows online control for solar panels. The performance and safety risks of solar panels can be monitored remotely without the need for mechanical intervention and sending personnel to the site with this license.