Erdgas Suedwest, associate plan 6-MWp floating PV undertaking in southern Germany

Could 24 (Renewables Now) – German vitality service supplier Erdgas Suedwest GmbH and municipal utility Stadtwerke Baden-Baden are planning to construct a 6-MWp floating photovoltaic (PV) plant in Baden-Wuerttemberg to provide inexperienced electrical energy to a gravel plant and a concrete manufacturing website within the area.

The photo voltaic plant can be arrange on the Kuehlsee quarry pond close to the city of Iffezheim, Erdgas Suedwest stated in the present day.

The undertaking has already been introduced to the municipal council which is able to launch the approval process. Development work is deliberate to begin in the summertime of 2023.

The electrical energy from the photo voltaic park can be provided to gravel plant EKS Eugen Kuehl und Soehne GmbH & Co. KG and concrete producer Kronimus AG that are situated close to the positioning of the power.

Erdgas Suedwest has already efficiently applied comparable tasks. In cooperation with gravel plant operator Armin Ossola, the regional vitality firm put in in 2019 about 2,300 floating photo voltaic modules on the Maiwaldsee in Renchen, Baden-Wuerttemberg. The power produces 860,000 kWh of fresh energy yearly. One other floating PV system was commissioned by the corporate final autumn on a quarry pond in Leimersheim, Rhineland-Palatinate.

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