We are EPC for photovoltaic plants. We design and carry out equipment for the manufacture and installation of the primary connection substation and its connection to the electricity transmission grid.
The plant functioning is supported by commercial software recognized in the international market, to which is added a proprietary software called Sun Vigilant, designed for the measurement, supervision, and control of the main data, the drives, temperature and humidity sensors, and alarms of the plants.

Interconnection to the grid

Inside the plant

Technical features
  • Low, medium or high-power plants

  • Fixed or mobile supports for tracking

  • Integration with batteries or hybrid systems

  • Delocalized or centralized inverters with the possibility of installation in special mobile solar containers

  • Installation of sensors, meteo station, anemometers

  • Remote control of the single string

  • Remote monitoring of efficiency and energy measurement parameters

  • Design, structure sizing, treatments, choice of technology for extreme weather conditions (temperature, humidity, wind, altitude)

  • Long lifecycle

  • Minimum need for maintenance

  • Green energy, thanks to all the supply of renewable energy and the reduction of polluting emissions

  • Reduction of energy dispersion deriving from transport

  • Long-term investment

  • Ground photovoltaic plants

  • Rooftop photovoltaic plats

  • Floating photovoltaic plants

  • Photovoltaic greenhouse & agriphotovoltaic

  • Generation plants for self-consumption in the industrial sector

  • Public or private power generation plants

  • Distributed generation

Related projects to Photovoltaics


Artemisa (Cuba)

Carrying out of a photovoltaic system 70kW, constructed to supply electricity to a wastewater treatment plant from the industrial area. The plant aims to purify the water before it flows into the sea, in order to preserve the marine ecosystem in the Artemisa area.


Artemisa (Cuba)

Set-up of a rooftop photovoltaic system on the Firehouse in Artemisa, Cuba.