The first two construction phases, worth 20 MWp, have already been completed. Schletter GmbH says it undertook the work over a five week period. Furthermore, at the end of July, the first nine MWp was put into operation.
While Q-Cells is overseeing the project – expected to reach 46 MWp when complete – Schletter carried out both the planning and mounting of the partial projects I and II. It is not clear, however, when the final project will come online.
Outlining the challenges involved installing a photovoltaic park at a former airport, Schletter said, "As a part of the plant is located on a former landing strip, a special dowelling system was applied on these concreted surfaces."
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