Mp-tec realizes turnkey photovoltaic power plant in Poland

Johanna Köhle Energy turnaround, Press, Projects

(Eberswalde, 9th June 2015)

The integrated and internationally operating solar system company Mp-tec GmbH & Co. KG erects and supports complex large projects in the photovoltaic sector for more than 10 years.

For the project as a whole mp-tec is responsible for the engineering, the supply of all components and turnkey realization.

For the first time in Polish history a local bank financed a photovoltaic power plant. The planned ground mounting system with a total output of 990 kilowatt is financed by the BOŚ Bank of Warsaw. Michael Preißel, Managing Director of Mp-tec: „Our goal is to start realizing the power plant by the end of June 2015, so that the system can be commissioned after only one month construction period. This presupposes a perfect project planning and construction coordination and also a strong commitment of the companies involved.“ Mp-tec will install a total of 3,960 polycrystalline modules of its own brand s-line as well as the proven Mp-tec ground mounting system single.syst. Developed by engineers from mp-tec the ground mounting system allows an extremely fast and cost-effective installation. The Mp-tec ground mounting system single.syst is an optimal solution for photovoltaic systems that require a high level of quality and efficiency during installation and combines few system components and high-quality materials such as aluminum and steel. The ground mounting systems by Mp-tec have proven themselves with about 450 megawatts nationally and internationally. “With an overall project running time of nearly one month we put ourselves a sporty goal. In addition to the integrated project management, the use of single.syst is an important reason to comply with the planned short construction time.” adds Michael Preißel. To ensure high quality and optimum project implementation during construction, trained Polish installer will take over the assembly.

Currently Poland offers very attractive conditions for solar energy. According to the Polish Institute for Renewable Energy (Instytut Energetyki Odnawialnej, IEO) a photovoltaic capacity of 100 megawatts is expected by the end of 2015. “We have high hopes for this photovoltaic market. At present Poland is the most active market in Eastern Europe and offers ideal conditions. In the future we will be able to realize large photovoltaic projects as EPCM. We are prepared perfectly with strong network partners and many years of international planning and implementation experience.” said Michael Preißel.

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