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First Solar PV installation of McDonald’s in Ukraine

-- Published on October 29, 2018 / by Hoymiles Overseas Team

  • View of McDonald's restaurant

  • The 30kW solar panel array of the McDonald's roof

With the cooperation of Hoymiles (Microinverter) and BlueSun Energy LLC (EPC company), the first McDonald's restaurant in Kiev (Ukraine) has gone solar.

The newly-built restaurant in Kyivska street is the first McDonald's in Ukraine to have solar panels installed on its roof, with 14 units of Hoymiles MI-1200 and 9 units of Hoymiles MI - 600 microinverter and 74 panels, total 30Kw solar PV system. The system is expected to produce 43800 kilowatt-hours across the year, or approximately 120 kilowatt-hours per day, offsetting a significant portion of the restaurant's electricity usage and lowering electricity bills. More importantly, PV solar power is one of the greenest and cleanest energy so far, a good way to offset part of the restaurant's non-renewable energy consumption, in compliance with McDonald's goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to address the challenge of global climate change.

The PV solar station is mainly using Hoymiles 4 in 1 microinverter MI-1200. It offers a module-level in-parallel solution, integrated with extremely low DC input voltage (16-60V, compliant with NEC 2017 for module-level rapid shutdown), module-level monitoring & dual module-level MPPT, which 100% ensures the safety of both installers & end users.

  • With Hoymiles microinverter

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