Gottelborn Solar Park

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Solar park Göttelborn in front of cole-fired power plant "Weiher III"
Viewing platform Himmelspfeil (heaven's arrow) at the edge of the solar park

Gottelborn Solar Park, also known as Solarpark Zeche Göttelborn, is an 8.4 MWp photovoltaic power plant located in Göttelborn, Germany. The power plant was constructed by City Solar in two stages, stage 1 finished in August, 2004, and stage 2 finished in November 2007.[1]

The first stage of the plants construction of 23,500 Photowatt International solar modules estimated at around 14% efficiency, and outputting 4 MWp. [2] The first stage of the station occupied 50,000 m2 [3] The second stage made the total of modules to 50,000.[4]

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  1. ^ World's largest photovoltaic systems (range 1-50)
  2. ^ EPIA - Newsletter
  3. ^ http://www.city-solar-ag.com/fileadmin/templates/images/downloads/ENGLISH%20CS%20Referenzen.pdf
  4. ^ City Solar AG: Press releases

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