Germany: 145MW solar park completed


The solar park located on an airfield in east Brandenburg has managed to clock the record development time of five weeks. The Neuhardenberg PV park proudly celebrated its official opening on Wednesday. Approximately 2,000 personnel pushed through until the end of September to complete this project as Enfo AG's Managing Director Rudolf Haas says.

From the first of this month, there will be no more solar subsidies for photovoltaic installations of 10 MW and above. The 240-hectare solar park has to be connected to the grid and become officially operational until the end of the year.

The site will carry on being an airfield.

Translated and edited by Shamsiah Ali-Oettinger.

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