IBC Solar begins construction on its 11MW solar park in Sukow, Germany

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The Prime Minister of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Germany was on site with IBC Solar to celebrate the groundbreaking of the company’s new Sukow Solar Park. Set to be built across 76.6-acres of the former Sukow landfill, the 11MWp solar installation is expected to be completed in August and use 48,000 PV modules to generate 10,500,000kWh of solar electricity every year.

Prime Minister of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania Erwin Sellering said, “It’s is our goal to actively push the expansion of renewable energies in order to create future-proof jobs and add value by locally producing energy. The Sukow Solar Park is a prime example of how residents and municipalities in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern can directly benefit from the expansion of renewable energies.”

In addition to receiving solar energy from the power plant, Sukow area residents will have the ability to invest in the plant by buying shares of the solar fund, which IBC Solar plans to market in November. Udo Möhrstedt, founder and CEO of IBC SOLAR, added, “Recent developments clearly demonstrate the need to switch to a renewable energy generation. With solar parks like these, even residents without a roof of their own have the chance to drive the expansion of renewable energies.”

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