Senftenberg Solarpark

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Part of the Solarpark; north of Hörlitz

The Senftenberg Solarpark is a photovoltaic power station located on former open-pit mining areas close to the city of Senftenberg, in Eastern Germany. The 78 MW Phase 1 of the plant was completed within three months and generates power for about 25,000 households. It was opened on September 24, 2011, by the Prime Minister of the German state of Brandenburg. The ground-based PV plant is designed for a total capacity of 148 MW.[1]

Solarpark Senftenberg/Schipkau


  1. ^ "78 MW of the world's largest solar photovoltaic plant connected to grid in Senftenberg, Germany". Solar Server. 2011-09-28.