Trianel purchased 10MW in Germany

14/01/2016 00:00 Renewable

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Trianel Erneuerbare Energien has bought the 10MW Pritzen solar park in Brandenburg in Germany.

The building of the solar park commenced in June 2015 on a 20-hectare area, which earlier served as a repair station for mining equipment at a lignite mine. It comprises 38,000 solar modules and started operation at the end of September. Trianel Erneuerbare Energien declared it plans to raise its green energy portfolio to 275MW by 2018.

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