Reckahn Solar Park
|Reckahn Solar Park|
|Commission date||2010, 2011|
|Site area||85 ha (210 acres) Site plan|
|Nameplate capacity||37.7 MWp|
Reckahn Solar Park is a photovoltaic power station in Reckahn, Southwest of Berlin, Germany. It has a capacity of 37.7 megawatt (MW) and was constructed in three phases. Reckahn I was 22.661 MW covering 56 hectares (140 acres) and was built by Beck Energy GmbH (Belectric) using 292,000 First Solar thin-film CdTe-panels, and was expected to produce about 22 gigawatt-hours per year. Reckahn II added 13.3 MW, using 172,000 modules on a 35 hectares (86 acres) site. Reckahn III, completed in 2011, added 1.8 MW, bringing the total to 37.7 MW. The FIT is 21.1 Euro cents per kilowatt-hour.
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- Solar-Deutschlandportfolio 4
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