Isofoton delivers 3 MW German PV Plant

Spanish solar cell and module manufacturer Isofoton S.A has completed a 3 MW photovoltaic power plant in Obernburg am Main, Lower Franconia in the district of Miltenberg, Germany.

With an area of about 23,200 square metres, the plant was commissioned by the recently founded Reis Solar Energy GmbH, a subsidiary of Reis Robotics, which produces automated production lines for solar companies.

Part of an agreement made in September 2009, the Isofoton power plant consists of three ground mounted plants using a total of 13,944 modules. The installation is expected to generate more than 3.1 GWh of electricity per year, depending on radiation intensity.

Furthermore, the companies aim to double the currently installed power in 2010 in order to reach 6-7 MW. Bernd Reis, managing director of Reis Solar Energy commented: “Being active in different parts of the value added chain produces a fruitful exchange.”


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