Moser Baer Clean Energy Limited (MBCEL) has commissioned a 23.8MW solar power plant in Lauta, Germany, said to be the company’s largest to date. Funded with approximately €50 million long-term debt financing from DKB bank in Germany – the same financier for the company’s Thuringen and Meissens projects, the farm uses c-Si technology, SMA central inverters and was built with Conecon as the construction partner.
The month of October alone saw MBCEL commission 70MWp of solar energy across various projects, and the company’s COO, Lalit Jain, said the company plans to commission in the region of 200MWp by next year.
Mr. Jain commented, “We have commissioned 70MWs of solar farms in the month of October 2011 itself, showcasing our commitment towards increasing the consumption of clean energy. I must thank the local Government, DKB and people of Lauta, as without their support and guidance, developing a solar farm of 23.8MW capacity would not have been possible.”