Gottelborn Solar Park

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Solar park Göttelborn in front of coal-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 a 8.4-MWp photovoltaic power station located in Göttelborn, part of the municipality Quierschied, Germany. The power plant was constructed by City Solar in two stages. The first stage was completed in August, 2004, followed by the second stage three years later in November 2007.[1]

The first stage of the plant includes 23,500 solar modules from the French manufacturer "Photowatt" at an estimated efficiency of 14%, with a nominal power output of 4 MWp[2] and occupies a total area of 50,000 square metres (538,196 sq ft)[3] The construction of the second stage required another 50,000 PV modules.[4]

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