Power and control electronics designer Ingeteam has signed off on four new PV operation and maintenance (O&M) in the UK, Panama, Honduras and Uruguay.

The four contracts involve PV plants in Shrewsbury (UK), Cholueta (Honduras), Salto (Uruguay) and Veraguas (Panama) — all of which are expected to power 182,500 homes and prevent the emission of over two million tonnes of CO2. 

Ingeteam has already established a firm presence in the UK, serving in O&M roles at a number of facilities, as well as providing PV inverters to one of the country’s largest plants — located in the county of Lincolnshire.

The company has also offered protection and control equipment to transmission substations at the PV plants of Everley and Canworthy — both of which began operating in 2014— as well as supplying equipment for electricity companies assessed by the Energy Networks Association (ENA).