Germany: Consortium of banks finance 128 MW of PV


When completed, the solar park is expected to be the second largest installation in Germany to date, and the largest thin film power plant, according to a statement released by the international legal practice Norton Rose, which advised on the project.

The plants will be located in a former Soviet military airbase in the federal state of Brandenburg, northern Germany. The solar power plants will be built by Belectric Solarkraftwerke GmbH and First Solar modules will be installed.

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