Sinosol connects 2.7 MW Germany project to the grid


The project is comprised of around 12,400 modules from Yingli and central inverters from SMA. Located on a brown field, construction started on the €7 million project this August. The company said the works at the site of the former training area are nearly finished.

"The conversion has worked exceptionally well in the Haid," commented Klaus-Peter Kleiner, Mayor of Engstingen and head of the industral park Engstingen-Haid.

Raphael Krause, the person responsible for the project business on behalf of the board of Sinosol, added: "The project is successful proof for an ecologically expedient use of a brown field area. We hope that PV component prices in 2011 will allow further realization of PV power plants on brown fields in Germany for our institutional investors."

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