BYD and Juwi-Gruppe have announced that their 47MW solar project in Germany has officially started its commercial operation after it was successfully connected to the grid.
The project consists of 7 solar farms, the largest of which is a 24.4MW plant located in Herzogtum Lauenburg, Germany and covers an area of 168,649 square metres. The 24.2MW plant generates around 228,753,82 kWh of solar power every year. The specific locations of the other six plants have not been disclosed but they are all in Germany.
BYD supplied the PV modules for the project as mentioned by the general manager of BYD’s overseas solar sales division, Tom Zhao. “We’re very glad to have a great partnership with Juwi-Gruppe and we hope to keep expanding our cooperation. This cooperation between BYD and Juwi-Gruppe this time will take BYD’s cost effective and high efficiency solar modules to Germany to provide local residents with green and clean energy.”
BYD has focused its efforts in Germany of late. Just last week, it announced that it had connected two solar projects in the country, in cooperation with SunEnergy Europe, with a combined capacity of 6.65MW.