PV Deubach has completed development of a 2.8MW solar park in the southern Germany town of Wettenhausen. The project, which cost approximately €9 million, was managed by Vento Ludens and contains approximately 14,000 of Sovello’s crystalline silicon modules as well as eight of Sputnik’s SolarMax 330C-SV inverters.
Horst Walz, one of the managing directors of Vento Ludens, commented on the company’s choice of inverters and on the company’s plans for 2010: “It was Sputnik’s price-performance ratio that convinced us. Sputnik Engineering is a well-run, medium-size company. The Sputnik location in Neuhausen is only an hour away from us. Next year we want to realise projects with a total capacity of 25 megawatts using SolarMax inverters.”
The project was financed by nine local banks and looks set to be the subject of an expansion to be dubbed ‘Deubach II’. This 1.8MW expansion will take place at the same location and is expected to become operational in February 2010.