IBC Solar begins on 9.6-MWp solar project in Bavaria
- German photovoltaics specialist IBC Solar AG has begun the construction of a 9.6-MWp solar park in Bavaria which is open to investments by citizens.
The solar farm will certainly include some 17,900 modules mounted on a location of 8.4 hectares (20.76 acres) in the Sand am Main municipality in southerly Germany, IBC Solar stated recently.
Once up and running in October, the solar plant will certainly generate 10,180 MWh of lasting power per year as well as provide some 3,500 families in the region with clean power. The solar farm will offset greater than 6,260 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions every year.
Citizens in the area have the ability to invest in the project through two neighborhood business on whose behalf IBC Solar is constructing the solar park.
Municipalities are significantly selecting climate-friendly, decentralised power generation as well as prove that this can also be economically appealing for citizens, said IBC Solar's founder and chief executive Udo Moehrstedt. Such solar parks with citizen engagement additionally allow communities and also their residents to make a considerable payment to the energy transition, Moehrstedt added.