Gehrlicher Solar builds 5.23 MW PV projects in Czech Republic
(ADPnews) - Oct 27, 2010 - German photovoltaic (PV) company Gehrlicher Solar AG today announced it realised three solar PV projects with total installed capacity of 5.23 MW in the Czech Republic.
One of the PV power plant -- Mysliv -- is located around 20 kilometres (12.43 miles) to the east of the Klatovy town and has a capacity of 1.99 MWp. It is equipped with Yingli PV modules and SMA inverters. The facility's annual output is estimated at 1.79 million kWh. Gehrlicher Solar commissioned it in the beginning of October 2010.
Zlonin -- the second power plant -- is a 2.25 MWp solar farm, using equipment of the same PV manufacturers. It is located around 20 kilometres to the north of the capital city of Prague and is already online. It will produce 2.02 million kWh of electricity per year.
The 0.99 MW Hovorany solar farm is the third facility, situated around 40 kilometres to the south of the city of Brno, near the Austrian border. Gehrlicher Solar commissioned also this facility, to produce around 890,000 kWh per year.
Mysliv and Zlonin are financed and operated by Czech and international investors whereas the Hovorany solar farm is financed by Czech investors exclusively, Gehrlicher Solar said.