CEE Group to construct 154MW German solar
- The Döllen project will provide around 150,000 megawatt hrs of electricity per year
Asset supervisor CEE Group has announced it is building a 154MW solar park in Germany.
The project in Döllen in Brandenburg will provide around 150,000 megawatt hrs of electricity per year as well as marks CEE Group's largest solitary investment in a ground-mounted solar park to date.
The building and construction site will be set up in May 2022 prior to a groundbreaking ceremony on the project site that is anticipated to take place in June.
Distribution of the solar modules by the supplier Astronergy, a subsidiary of the Chinese CHINT Group, is prepared from August 2022, with commissioning expected in between March as well as April 2023.
Goldbeck Solar will certainly handle the project as a provider for design, purchase as well as building and construction, with Antlike Solar likewise being involved in the new upcoming building phase.
Swiss business Pexapark is also offering assistance when it come to the advertising and marketing of electricity via a power purchase agreement.
The law firm Taylor Wessing and also the consulting firm 8.2 Obst & Ziehmann served as legal as well as technological consultants in this transaction.
CEE president Detlef Schreiber claimed: "The new solar park at the Döllen site impresses with a nominal result of 154.4 MWp and at the same time illustrates in this dimension the capacity of renewable energies as a central component of the energy turnaround.
" With antlike Solar, Goldbeck Solar as well as Astronergy from the Chint Group, we are working with leading companies for project growth as well as the building and construction of solar projects along with the production of qualitatively outstanding solar modules on this investment.
" We want to give thanks to all celebrations involved in this outstanding project for the extremely expert and also incredibly trustful cooperation until now and also look forward to the successful additional implementation of the project in Döllen up until commissioning as well as naturally to additional joint projects to shape as well as protect the future of sustainable energy production."
Antlike Solar managing companion Martin Kanitz claimed: "The project preparation of huge PV plants is constantly an obstacle where we have to reconcile profitability and environment in regards to the energy transition.
" We delight in that we had the ability to encourage the CEE Group with the project in Döllen as well as win them as an investor for the new solar park."
Goldbeck Solar president Martin Kanitz said: "With the goal of climate stablizing, energy rate reduction as well as power independence, the growth of renewable resources is of elementary value for Germany.
" We will certainly bring our several years of experience in the implementation of large-scale projects to bear on the solar park in Döllen and expect trusting as well as ambitious cooperation with all parties involved in the additional implementation of the project."