7C Solarparken's solar portfolio reaches 200 MWp

Rooftop solar panels in Germany. Author: Tim Fuller. License: Creative Commons. Attribution 2.0 Generic

February 26 (Renewables Now) - German photovoltaic (PV) plants owner 7C Solarparken AG (ETR:HRPK) on Wednesday announced that its total portfolio has reached 200 MWp after the most recent additions of solar systems located in Germany.

The newly added installations include recently acquired operational solar assets as well as new-build investments.

The company's growth target for 2020 is to reach 220 MWp, while its long-term goal remains 500 MWp, including asset management, CEO Steven De Proost noted.

Details about the newly added assets are available in the following table:

Type of asset Capacity Location FiT tariff in EUR Panel maker Operational/Grid connected
Rooftop installation 0.6 MWp Bernterode, Thuringia 84/MWh Q-Cells Not grid-connected
Rooftop installation 0.6 MWp Nosswitz, Sachsen 87/MWh Canadian Solar Grid-connected
Rooftop installation 0.7 MWp Luckow, Mecklenburg, Vorpommern 80/MWh JA Solar Early 2020, awaiting grid connection
2 rooftop installations 1.9 MWp Parchen and Wieglitz, Saxony Anhalt 107/MWh average Q-Cells 2016-2017
2 ground-mounted systems 2 MWp Calbe, Saxony Anhalt - Amerisolar, Renesola January 2020, awaiting grid connection
Rooftop portfolio 4.4 MWp Wittlich, Remptendorf, Dessau 100/MWh average Bisol, Suntech 2018-19

(EUR 1.0 = USD 1.088)

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