European Energy brings online 21.6-MW solar park in Denmark

Source: European Energy

December 23 (Renewables Now) - Danish renewables developer European Energy A/S said today it has connected to the grid a 21.6-MW solar park in the Northern Jutland region of Denmark.

The Aalbaek photovoltaic (PV) farm is located near the namesake town in Frederikshavn municipality. It was installed at a site that was previously used for growing willow trees for biomass power production. According to European Energy’s estimates, with the solar PV panels in place, the field will be capable of generating over 20 times as much electricity as compared to its previous configuration.

The Aalbaek park will operate under a power purchase agreement (PPA), which European Energy signed earlier this year with domestic energy trading group Energi Danmark A/S.

Also in December, European Energy hooked to the grid a 10-MW solar power plant in south-central Denmark, built together with compatriot Roedkilde Gods, and an 18.4-MW PV park in Palo del Colle near Bari, Italy,

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