April 25 (Renewables Now) – German renewables developer Trianel Energieprojekte GmbH & Co. KG (TEP) is planning to put in 78.5 MWp of photo voltaic capability and construct two substations within the state of Rhineland-Palatinate as a part of a number of initiatives for ground-mounted photo voltaic vegetation.
A 13.9-MWp photo voltaic park within the municipality of Bettingen has already been accomplished and is ready to go surfing on Might 5, Trianel stated on Friday. Constructed on an space of almost 11 hectares (27.18 acres), the power is predicted to produce 3,750 households with a mean annual consumption of 4,000 kWh.
TEP will construct one other photo voltaic plant of 21 MWp within the municipality of Halsdorf and an additional 43.6 MWp will probably be deployed alongside the BAB 60 freeway within the municipalities of Gindorf, Gransdorf, Orsfeld, Badem and Wilsecker. Development works on these initiatives are deliberate to start in June 2022.
To allow the connection of the photo voltaic parks to the grid, a newly established subsidiary, often known as TEP-Netze, is engaged on two substations in Badem and Halsdorf. The final traces to attach the Bettingen web site to the substation in Halsdorf are at present being laid with commissioning deliberate for Might 5. The substation in Badem will probably be constructed in the summertime.
Along with these property, TEP is planning photo voltaic initiatives of a mixed 150 MWp within the area by 2025.
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