O&M at its best
BELECTRIC is one of the largest providers of O&M services globally, managing a portfolio of over 2.1 GWp of photovoltaic and storage systems. BELECTRIC Italia’s core business, too, is the Operation & Maintenance of PV systems throughout the country, with a particular focus on enhanced improvements of the KPIs.
The Italian BELECTRIC Service-Hub was established in 2011. Its head office is located in Latina where there are the Control Center, the technical office and the central warehouse. In addition, several service stations in the country carry out on-site activities.
The Italian team operates preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance, and collaborates with the German headquarters on a daily basis to guarantee the best service to customers.
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Ground-mounted solar farms
We are specialised in the design, construction and operation of large-scale solar farms. Our Italianteam benefits from BELECTRIC’s activities in seven countries and a broad network of suppliers and partners.
By replacing parts of the existing technology of an old PV power plant, BELECTRIC Italia increases the project’s capacity. The team’s repowering activities include replacing inverters and modules or upgrading, restoring and revamping the security system.
Operations & Maintenance
Our O&M service offers solar and battery storage system operators an all-in-one solution to secure and improve their systems. BELECTRIC Italia benefits from more than 20 years of global O&M experience in all climate zones.
Our Team of Experts
BELECTRIC Italia employs more than 20 people in its technical office in Latina. Additionally, specialised technicians work on site at four regional centers of competence throughout Italy – in the North, Center, South and Islands regions. Each location has a manager and an experienced team that drives the portfolio.
BELECTRIC’s latest projects
Nominal capacity: 3.00 MWp Commissioning: 2010
Nominal capacity: 13.00 MWp Commissioning: 2010
Nominal capacity: 6.11 MWp Commissioning: 2009
Nominal capacity: 8.30 MWp Commissioning: 2009
Nominal capacity: 8.50 MWp Commissioning: 2008