Solar Power Plants in Germany - Brandenburg

Alt Daber
Location: BB
Operator: Solarpark Alt Daber
Configuration: 67.8 MWp
Operation: 2011
System supplier: First Solar
EPC: Belectric Solarkraftwerke
Quick facts: In Oct 2011, NIBC Infrastructure & Renewables closed financing for the Alt Daber project with BayernLB and Investkredit. The 125ha project has 850,000 thin film solar modulces erected at the site of a former military airport 100km northwest of Berlin.

Photograph courtesy Belectric Solarkraftwerke
Posted 26 May 2012

Location: BB
Operator: FinowTower GmbH & Co KG
Configuration: 24.24 MWp
Operation: 2010
System supplier: Suntech
EPC: SolarHybrid
Quick facts: At completion, this was the fifth largest PV power plant in Germany. The site is at Schorfheide near Eberswalde and was financed and developed by ecolutions

Photograph courtesy of SolarHybrid
Posted 2 Feb 2005

Location: BB
Operator: juwi GmbH
Configuration: 53 MWp
Operation: 2002
System supplier: First Solar
EPC: juwi
Quick facts: This plant is built on 162ha of a former military training site near Cottbus. At completion, it became Germany's largest PV plant and the second largest in the world. The project cost €160mn and was 80% financed by a German banking consortium and 20% by juwi and First Solar. In total, 300ha will be cleaned of munitions and after 20yrs of plant operation, all the solar equipment will be recycled and the property restored to meadowlands.

Photograph courtesy of juwi GmbH
Posted 15 Aug 2009


Location: BB
Operator: GP JOULE GmbH
Configuration: 70 MWp
Operation: 2011
System supplier: Canadian Solar
Quick facts: This 152ac project was built on old lignite mining areas in Senftenberg and became the country's largest PV plant on completion in Feb 2011. Financing partners for the €140mn project included HSH Nordbank, Unlimited Energy and LUXCARA.

Photograph courtesy of GP JOULE GmbH
Posted 26 May 2012


Location: BB
Operator: Belectric Trading GmbH
Configuration: 128 MWp
Operation: 2013
System supplier: First Solar
EPC: Belectric
Quick facts: In Apr 2013, Belectric Solarkraftwerke GmbH connected the largest First Solar thin-film PV plan in Europe at Gross Dolln, a former Russian military airfield. The project has over 1.5mn modules and 114 central inverters. Construction took four months

Photograph courtesy of Belectric
Posted 8 May 2013


Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 08-May-2013