The project is in line with the company’s commitment to sustainability, Millennial Lithium officials said, noting that the core of the center will be the state-of-the-art hybrid solar power system with a goal of reducing CO2 output and costs for fuel by about 147t and US$250,000 annually, respectively.
According to Mining, the hybrid solar power system for the project center is the first of its type in the Puna region of northern Argentina and, on top of being environmentally friendly, it will help the company quantify and maximize the benefit of renewable energy saturation in its commercial operations engineering and commissioning.
The executive said that Puna has one of the highest levels of solar loading in the world. Thus, Millennial solicited proposals for renewable energy systems from local firms chose Ergy Solar to install and commission an integrated solar photovoltaic, battery and backup conventional power generation system. The system utilizes 540 (1,050 square meters) photovoltaic panels of 330 Wp each totaling 178.2 KWp of solar power, a 500 kWh maximum storage bank of batteries and two low-emission diesel generators.
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