Steag to put in 11 MW of photo voltaic on roofs of German industrial properties

April 29 (Renewables Now) – Steag Photo voltaic Vitality Options GmbH (SENS) will arrange photo voltaic photovoltaic (PV) techniques with a complete capability of 11 MWp on the roofs of business properties owned by Hamburg-based Garbe Industrial Actual Property GmbH throughout Germany.

The photo voltaic vegetation will probably be put in on each current and new buildings by the start of 2023 as a part of a partnership between the 2 firms, Steag mentioned on Thursday.

The primary mission of the cooperation features a 1.6-MW photo voltaic system that will probably be deployed on the roof of an current constructing within the municipality of Harsum, Decrease Saxony. The set up of 4,070 photo voltaic modules will happen within the subsequent few months.

Building work will then begin on a 3.3-MWp mission within the metropolis of Mannheim which will probably be adopted by a 2.4-MWp system to be put in in Coswig, Saxony-Anhalt.

All tasks with a mixed output of 11 MW will probably be accomplished by early 2023. As soon as operational, they’re anticipated to cut back carbon emissions by 4,400 tonnes a yr.

Fabian Herr, COO at SENS, sees potential for the enlargement of the partnership as Garbe has an space of 6 million sq m (64.5m sq ft) which could possibly be outfitted with rooftop photo voltaic vegetation.

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