Germany: China’s big boys deliver PV modules to 40 MW PV park


According to a statement issued from Parabel AG, 25.6 MW worth of modules have been secured from Trina for the Jännersdorf park’s southern construction site. Meanwhile, Suntech and Hareon will deliver 9.6 MW and 5.3 MW, respectively, to the northern sites. Furthermore, Germany’s Schletter will supply the necessary mounting systems, and Siemens, the around 1,900 photovoltaic inverters.

The project will be completed by June 30, said Parabel. As such, up to 100 technicians and installers are working round the clock to meet the deadline.

Referring to the expected feed-in tariff cuts in Germany, Holger Ruletzki, who is responsible for purchasing at Parabel, stated, "Despite the great time pressure, we do not compromise on our high quality standards. As such, we are very satisfied on the module side to have found three partners who stand for reliability and good product standards."

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