GP JOULE begin on 90 MW solar park in eastern Germany
- German energy options company GP JOULE GmbH has started developing a 90-MW solar farm in the state of Brandenburg which will become part of the Lausitz power park with a planned overall solar ability of 300 MW.
The Klettwitz Nord solar park will contain 183,000 panels installed on a previous spoil stack in the eastern German village of Klettwitz, GP JOULE claimed on Wednesday. The facility will certainly be taken into procedure in the springtime of 2022.
Along with Klettwitz Nord, the Lausitz power park will certainly consist of 2 more solar farms. Building and construction works on the Klettwitz Sued farm will certainly begin at the beginning of next year, while the planning of the Hochkippe Sallgast park is proceeding. The three centers will certainly have an integrated capacity of 300 MW and the clean power produced by the energy park will be fed into the general public grid, provided to route consumers as well as used for the generation of green hydrogen for the regional market as well as e-mobility.
The project, touted as one of Germany's biggest solar centers, was approved by the local metropolitan authorities in December 2020. It is possessed by GP JOULE in cooperation with project programmer Steinbock EE and also renewables investment firm Terravent Investments.
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