Steag unit breaks ground on 12-MWp solar-plus-storage project in Germany
- A unit of German power group Steag GmbH has started building work with a project for a 12-MWp solar plant integrated with two rooftop photovoltaic (PV) systems and a storage space facility with a capacity of up to 10 MWh in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
Found in Rickertsreute around Lake Constance, the ground-mounted solar plant will certainly be improved an area of 12 hectares (29.65 acres) and also will certainly begin feeding clean electrical energy to the general public grid in October, Steag claimed on Monday.
2 solar systems with an integrated capacity of 307 kWp will certainly likewise be established on the roofs of the barns of the nearby organic farm Rickertsreute. Together with the ground-mounted plant, the 3 systems will certainly be capable of creating 15 GWh of clean power every year which would certainly suffice to provide in between 3,500 and 4,000 ordinary families annually as well as offset 7,000 tonnes of carbon emissions.
The whole complex should be operational by February 2023.
The facilities will be developed by Steag Solar Energy Solutions GmbH (SENS) as a general professional on behalf of Bechinger e-Energie GmbH. Its manager, Hubert-Alexander Bechinger, owns the Rickertsreute organic farm.
SENS will be responsible likewise for the construction of the medium-voltage cable for the grid link of the system.
- Bboxx, Orange launch solar mini-grid project in the DRC under anchor business community model
- Spain's Solaria inks project finance for 736 MW of house solar
- EDF Renewables' 50MW Bloy's Grove solar farm gets green light
- Voltalia starts 140MW PV build in Albania
- RWE commissions initially floating PV plant