Austria’s largest solar power plant connected to the grid


Located in Sattledt, Upper Austria, the plant covers an area of 60,000 square meters, and is comprised of 4,700 solar panels and 18 inverters

The investment costs for the entire project amount to approximately €6 million, according to Fronius, which supplied the inverters.

It added that research, analysis and visualization of data obtained during operation are among the key aims of the solar power plant. An Infocenter is also reportedly being used for accommodating the technical equipment, and for presentation and information purposes.

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