Singapore F1 0.76MW C&I Distributed Power Station
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Introduction

Project Type
C&I Distributed Power Station
Owner
Singapore GP Pte Ltd and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB)
Location
Singapore F1
Installed Capacity
0.76MW
Power Generation
803,155 kWh average annual
Module Type
ASTRO N5
Grid-Connected Time
July, 2023
Case Highlights
The ASTRO N5 series modules supplied by Astronergy were installed on the photovoltaic roof of the maintenance building in June 2023, with a total capacity of 0.76MW and are expected to generate more than 800,000 kWh of clean electricity per year. The entire rooftop power station can meet the power needs of club suites, event control rooms, media centers, garages, administrative office areas, etc. during the event, and the excess power will be sold to the grid to compensate for other utility costs. ASTRO N5 used in the F1 race maintenance building is the main component product of Astronergy's n-type TOPCon, using the TOPCon 3.0 battery technology independently developed by Astronergy, with module mass production efficiency of up to 22.5%, and the power of the 72 version up to 585W, with high efficiency, high power, low BOS and other excellent performance, widely recognized by the market.