Lieberose Photovoltaic Park

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Lieberose Photovoltaic Park
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Lieberose Photovoltaic Park is located in Germany
Lieberose Photovoltaic Park
Location of Lieberose Photovoltaic Park
Country Germany
Coordinates 51°55′55″N 14°24′26″E / 51.93194°N 14.40722°E / 51.93194; 14.40722Coordinates: 51°55′55″N 14°24′26″E / 51.93194°N 14.40722°E / 51.93194; 14.40722
Status Operational
Construction cost US$238 million
Owner(s) Juwi Group
Solar farm
Type Flat-panel PV
Power generation
Units operational 900,000
Nameplate capacity 70.8 MW

The Lieberose Photovoltaic Park is a 70.8 megawatt (MW) [1] solar photovoltaic power plant in Lieberose, Brandenburg, Germany. The solar park with 900,000 solar panels which went fully on line in October 2009, is the world's third-largest, and will supply electricity for 15,000 households a year while reducing the use of pollution-generating fossil fuels. The Lieberose Solar Park cost $238-million and is operated by the Juwi Group, which has a 20-year contract on the land.[2]

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  1. ^ [__widget_0[currentPage]=2&tx_juwireferences_pi1[action]=detail&tx_juwireferences_pi1[controller]=Reference&tx_juwireferences_pi1[reference]=1412 Lieberose Solar Park]
  2. ^ Henry Chu. Germany shows government role is key to thriving solar industry Los Angeles Times, December 12, 2009.