Krughütte Solar Park

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Krughütte Solar Park
Krughütte Solar Park
Krughütte Solar Park
CountryGermany
LocationEisleben
Coordinates51°31′34″N 11°31′23″E / 51.52611°N 11.52306°E / 51.52611; 11.52306Coordinates: 51°31′34″N 11°31′23″E / 51.52611°N 11.52306°E / 51.52611; 11.52306
Commission date2012
Solar farm
TypeFlat-panel PV
Site area100 ha (247 acres)
Power generation
Units operational121,000
Nameplate capacity29.1 MWp

The Krughütte Solar Park is a 29.1-megawatt (MW) photovoltaic power station in Eisleben, Germany.

The solar farm is located in the state of Saxony-Anhalt and was developed and constructed by German project developers SRU Solar AG, Berga and Parabel AG, Berlin, who continue to operate the farm. It was constructed on the site of a former copper mine, and at over 100 hectares (247 acres) is one of the largest projects in the region.[1]

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  1. ^ "WFW advises NORD/LB on the financing of the 30 MWp Krughütte solar farm". Watson Farley & Williams. 4 February 2013.