mp-tec’s solar park is connected to the power grid in Poland

Johanna Köhle Press, Projects

(Eberswalde, August 24, 2015)

After a construction time of just 2.5 weeks, mp-tec GmbH & Co. KG has set-up another solar power plant in Poland, about 11 kilometers south of the City of Krasnik. The plant has a maximum output of 990 kilowatt peak and was completed at the end of July and was connected to the power grid last week. 3,960 polycrystalline modules of mp-tec’s s-line convert sunlight into electricity in an area totaling about 2.3 hectares. 45 inverters from SMA “Sunny Tripower 20000TL Economic Excellence” will transform the electricity energy into grid-compatible power.  The power plant will produce roughly 975,000 kilowatt hours of solar electricity per year, supplying about 300 three-person-households with clean energy.

mp-tec was responsible for the technical planning, the delivery of all system components and construction of the plant.  The entire Polish project was financed for the first time by the BOŚ Bank in Warsaw. The mounting system single-syst from mp-tec, which was used in the project, allows a quickly and easily installation on-site.

“This will certainly not be the last project in Poland,” says Martin Müller, Chief Sales Officer at mp-tec, providing a positive outlook. “The solar energy conditions in Poland are currently ideal. Through our many years of international experience in implementing large-scale photovoltaic projects and strong local network partners, we are in a perfect position for further projects,” adds Mr. Müller.

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