Strasskirchen Solar Park

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Strasskirchen Solar Park
Solarfeld Gänsdorf vom Aussichtshügel 2.jpg
CountryGermany
LocationStraßkirchen
Coordinates48°48′25″N 12°45′37″E / 48.80694°N 12.76028°E / 48.80694; 12.76028Coordinates: 48°48′25″N 12°45′37″E / 48.80694°N 12.76028°E / 48.80694; 12.76028
StatusOperational
Commission dateDecember 2009
Solar field
TypeFlat-panel PV
Site area135 hectares Footprint
Power generation
Nameplate capacity54 MW

The Strasskirchen Solar Park is a large photovoltaic power station in Bavaria, with an installed capacity of 54 MW. It was developed by a joint venture of MEMC and Q-Cells in 2009. At this time this Solar Park was the second largest PV Power Plant. Q-Cells also provided the solar modules for the facility which is located in Straßkirchen, Bavaria, Germany.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "Top 10 World's Largest Solar PV Power Plants". Retrieved 18 September 2011.
  2. ^ eXenewable Project Profile Page - Strasskirchen, PV, Germany