GP JOULE sells 90 MW solar project in Germany

January 21 (Renewables Now) – German vitality options firm GP JOULE GmbH and its companions are promoting a 90-MW photo voltaic mission, which is at present below development within the state of Brandenburg, to Wiesbaden-based impartial energy producer clearvise AG (ETR:ABO).

The Klettwitz Nord photo voltaic plant will encompass 183,000 panels put in on a former spoil heap within the japanese German village of Klettwitz and shall be a part of the Lausitz vitality park with a deliberate whole photo voltaic capability of practically 300 MW. Development works are progressing quickly and the ability is about to go surfing within the second quarter of 2022, GP JOULE mentioned on Thursday.

The electrical energy generated by the Lausitz vitality park shall be fed into the grid, offered on to off-takers or transformed into inexperienced hydrogen for the native business and mobility. Development works on the second photo voltaic facility within the vitality park — the Klettwitz Sued farm of 80 MW, are set to begin shortly whereas the Hochkippe Sallgast mission of 120 MW is within the starting stage.

The customer clearvise, beforehand often known as ABO Make investments AG, operates a portfolio of wind and photovoltaic vegetation throughout Europe. The acquisition of the Klettwitz Nord mission will increase its portfolio to 345 MW with photo voltaic accounting for about 50% of the manufacturing capability. The deal will increase clearvise’s money move per share and strengthen the money move, mentioned chief government Petra Leue-Bahns.


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