Eggebek Solar Park

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Eggebek Solar Park
Coordinates54°37′46″N 9°20′36″E / 54.62944°N 9.34333°E / 54.62944; 9.34333Coordinates: 54°37′46″N 9°20′36″E / 54.62944°N 9.34333°E / 54.62944; 9.34333
Commission date2011
Construction cost€130 million
Owner(s)Möhring Energie GmbH
Solar farm
TypeFlat-panel PV
Power generation
Nameplate capacity83.6 MW

The Eggebek Solar Park was Germany's largest photovoltaic power station when completed in August 2011, and one of the largest in the world. It is built on a 160 ha (400 acres) plot of land near the Eggebek municipality in Schleswig-Holstein state, Germany near the border with Denmark.[1] The solar park has a power generation capacity of 83.6 MW and uses roughly 360,000 state-of-the-art multicrystalline solar modules of the TSM-PC05 series produced by the Chinese company Trina Solar.

The solar park is built on the site of a former German Navy military base where the Naval Aviation Wing 2 was stationed until 2005.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Energy and Technology Park Eggebek". 2011-06-22. Archived from the original on 2012-04-26. Retrieved 2011-12-27.