Phoenix Solar to build a 4.7 megawatt solar park in Germany

14/07/2011 10:53 Renewable

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Phoenix Solar, a leading international photovoltaic system integrator has been commissioned as EPC contractor by solarcomplex, based in Germany to build a solar park with a peak power of around 4.7 megawatts in Bodman-Ludwigshafen.

The project will be developed on around 800m of land on both sides of the railway tracks between Stockach to Radolfzell and will use about 58,500 First Solar modules and inverters from SMA Solar Technology. The solar park is expected to produce about 4.9 million kWh of energy per year with a completion date set for the end of August. Solarcomplex AG is a regional supplier of renewable energies specialized in producing power plants in the region of Lake Constance.

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