Phoenix Solar was selected by solarcomplex, a regional supplier of renewable energies in the Lake Constance region of Germany, to act as the EPC contractor for the 4.7MW power plant being built in Bodman-Ludwigshafen, Germany. The project will be developed on around .49 miles of land on both sides of the railway tracks between Stockach to Radolfzell.
Phoenix Solar and solarcomplex have collaborated on various rooftop and ground-mounted projects since 2005. The Bodman-Ludwigshafen project will see the installation of over 58,500 First Solar modules with SMA inverters chosen for the power plant.
“We are delighted that, in the Bodman-Ludwigshafen project, we are continuing our long-standing cooperation with solarcomplex. Following the first half-year, which was dominated by international projects, we will be concentrating increasingly on projects in Germany in the second half”, stated Ralph Schneider, executive VP of Solar Energy Investments for Phoenix Solar.
The solar park is expected to produce nearly 4.9 million kWh of energy per year with a completion date set for the end of August.
“As a regional supplier for renewable energies, solarcomplex pursues the goal of having switched a large part of the energy supply in the area of Lake Constance to renewable energies by 2030. We therefore place special importance on our photovoltaic plants being built to very high standards. The good experience we had in our cooperation led us to decide for Phoenix Solar AG again, and we are looking forward to more joint projects in the future”, said Achim Achatz, board member of solarcomplex.