GP Joule turn over 90MW German solar farm
- Klettwitz-Nord phase kinds part of the 300MW Lusatia Energy Park located on an opencast mine site in Schipkau
GP Joule has handed over the very first 90MW portion of a 300MW solar park in Schipkau in Germany to investor-owner Clearvise.
The Klettwitz-Nord phase is the very first of three creating the Lusatia Energy Park, started by GP Joule, Terravent as well as Steinbock EE.
The 300MW solar park lies on the Klettwitz opencast mine site, in the municipality of Schipkau.
Klettwitz-Nord was appointed previously this year.
The second building and construction phase of Lusatia, Klettwitz Süd, comprising 80MW, is practically finished and is run by GP Joule, Terravent and Steinbock themselves.
GP Joule Service is taking control of the business and also technological administration of both plants.
The Lausitz Energy Park is just one of the largest ground-mounted solar systems in Germany.
As part of the handover, a thorough approval procedure occurred, which was completed just recently.
The approval was accompanied by the asset monitoring of Clearvise and Evergy Engineering GmbH as technical professional.
" The smooth acceptance has confirmed the great top quality of the building work. We wish to give thanks to GP Joule for the genuinely outstanding teamwork throughout the construction and also appointing phase," stated Petra Leue-Bahns, CEO of Clearvise.
" With GP Joule, we additionally have a skilled, trustworthy partner at our side far past day-to-day functional monitoring. We share common goals and also values.
" Therefore, we are currently significantly expecting the lasting teamwork on site, which will make a significant contribution to a regionally compatible energy change."