GP JOULE on track to complete 65-MW German solar park in May
Construction of the Ganzlin solar park in Germany. Source: GP JOULE
General contractor GP JOULE GmbH expects to finalise the 65-MW Ganzlin solar power plant in northern Germany on time next month despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Meik Georg Gessner, head of EPC plant construction at GP JOULE, said in a statement on Monday that about 80,000 of 165,000 modules in total are already installed at the project site. The substructure is 100% complete.
The solar park is being built on the site of a former gravel pit in Ludwigslust-Parchim district, the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, where it will be able to produce enough power to supply some 16,500 homes upon completion.
The project also includes the installation of a 25-km (15.5 miles) medium-voltage line to the substation.
GP JOULE was contracted by Clenergy Global Projects Hamburg to take care of the project planning, from component selection and procurement to full construction.