ABB wins PV SCADA solution project in Arizona

SCADA package with Fluor to increase efficiency and reliability

Orlando, FL, March 26, 2013 ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, today announced that it has won a contract from Fluor Corporation for the 125-megawatt photovoltaic (PV) Arlington Valley Solar Project (AVSE II).

AVSE II – a member of LS Power Group – is developing the project. The AVSE II plant is located in Maricopa County in the town of Arlington, Arizona.

The project consists of five Array Blocks utilizing PV panels made of crystalline silicon cells on a single axis sun tracking system, a SCADA system to monitor and control the various plant systems, including trackers, inverters, substations, the well water supply and treatment system, and the interface with the plant meteorological station. Relevant plant information will be made available to a remote site and to the California Independent System Operator (CAISO).

“We look forward to working with Fluor in developing this first-of-a-kind 125 MW solar PV project,” said Mark Taft, senior vice president and general manager, ABB Power Generation.“ABB brings a unique level of competence and expertise to this project, as our capabilities have been proven in some of the most demanding projects around the globe. We are excited to deliver our integrated SCADA solutions, including system engineering, integration of system components, telecommunications, and total project management and execution.”

ABB's scope includes S+ Operations as the SCADA package to fulfill stringent requirements of scalable yet flexible architecture. S+ Operations will support 60,000 redundant tags with 1000 Historian Logs. Hardware provided includes one RTU, 67 network switches, a GPS clock, control room furniture, two server/client PCs, one client PC, eight communication servers, two printers, UPS backup power supply, and one engineering station. The project was scheduled to be executed by ABB’s North American Renewables team in January.

This advanced SCADA solution from ABB adds value to the operations and maintenance of this project by maximizing plant availability, production efficiency and overall low maintenance costs. Green energy delivered will be beneficial for California, which has its own green energy efforts.

ABB offers a diverse and proven portfolio of products and solutions for the entire solar power value chain. In addition to a comprehensive offering for residential, commercial and industrial photovoltaic applications, ABB offers turnkey solutions for large-scale photovoltaic and solar thermal power plants, as well as full service and operations and maintenance support for both ABB and third party-commissioned plants. ABB has delivered more than 50 turnkey PV power plants worldwide.

This announcement was made at the ABB Automation & Power World conference and exhibition, ABB’s premier customer gathering, held this year in Orlando.

ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 145,000 people. The company's North American operations, headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, employ about 27,000 people in multiple manufacturing, service and other major facilities.

For more information, please contact:
ABB Media Relations
Bill Rose
919-807-5743 – office
919-244-4879 – mobile
bill.rose@us.abb.com

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