Inauguration of Spremberg solar park on site of former barracks
Q-Cells SE installed a solar power station on behalf of the investmentcompany HEP Kapital and in partnership with thermovolt AG with a powercapacity of 5.3 Megawattpeak (MWp) on a 19-hectare brownfield site close to Spremberg in the federal state of Brandenburg, Germany.
Atlast Friday’s ceremony, the investor and general contractor areinaugurating the solar park in the presence of Ralf Christoffers,Brandenburg’s minister for the economy and European affairs, and of Dr.Klaus-Peter Schulze, the mayor of Spremberg.
Around EUR 16million in total has been invested in the solar power station, whoseconstruction was initiated in mid-June. With just under 24,000crystalline solar modules, the facility will supply 1,900 householdswith power and in the process save 4,400 tonnes of CO2 emissions.
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