Finsterwalde Solar Park

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Finsterwalde Solar Park
Coordinates51°34′16″N 13°45′00″E / 51.57111°N 13.75000°E / 51.57111; 13.75000Coordinates: 51°34′16″N 13°45′00″E / 51.57111°N 13.75000°E / 51.57111; 13.75000
Commission date2010
Owner(s)LHI Leasing (Finsterwalde I)
Blue Forrest Solar Holding (Finsterwalde II and III)
Solar field
TypeFlat-panel PV
Power generation
Nameplate capacity80.7 MW

The Finsterwalde Solar Park was, in November 2010, the world’s largest photovoltaic plant with 80.7 MWp.[1] The project is located in Finsterwalde, Germany and is equipped with Q-Cells modules and LDK solar wafers.[2]

The first phase of the project was commissioned in 2009, the second and third in 2010.[3] All phases were developed by Unlimited Energy GmbH. Phase I was sold to LQ Energy GmbH, a joint venture of Q-Cells International and LDK Solar. In 2011, Finsterwalde I was sold to LHI Leasing, a joint venture of Landesbank Baden-Württemberg and Nord/LB.[4]

In 2010, Unlimited Energy sold phase II and III to Q-Cells International. In 2011, Q-Cells sold Finsterwalde II and III to Blue Forrest Solar Holding, a joint venture of DIF Infrastructure and the NIBC European Infrastructure Fund.[5]

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  1. ^ Large-scale photovoltaic power plants ranking 1 - 50
  2. ^ eXenewable Project Profile Page - Finsterwalde, PV, Germany
  3. ^ Implementation of the 39 MWp – „Solar Park Finsterwalde II and Finsterwalde III“
  4. ^ "Nord/LB and LBBW close on Finsterwalde solar acquisition". Project Finance Magazine. 2011-03-21. (subscription required). Retrieved 2011-12-29.
  5. ^ Olson, Syanne (2011-07-26). "Q-Cells closes sale of 40MW PV projects to DIF, NIBC joint venture Blue Forrest Solar Holding". PV Tech. Retrieved 2011-12-29.