EPC specialist Enerparc has finished building and connected a 52.7MW solar park in Brandenburg, Germany.
The project has been constructed on a former military base in the small village of Walddrehna. Construction was split into two phases which were both completed within three months. Enerparc will hold responsibility for operating the plant.
The €70 million solar park utilizes 210,000 PV modules supplied by Trina Solar, which are supported by a steel mounting system with a total length of more than 80 kilometers. The modules will be able to generate 52 million kWh annually which is enough to power 15,000 homes.
“Such a short construction period of a few months would not have been feasible without a perfect project management and close cooperation between all parties involved. Many thanks especially to our supporters in the region who have made the project possible,” commented Arne Radl, Head of Project Development at Enerparc.
In September, Enerparc inaugurated a 32MW PV plant located in Delitzsch, Germany, after it was built and connected in “record time”. In the past two years, Enerparc has connected more than 700MW to the grid in Europe and holds over 250MW of PV capacity in its own portfolio.