Strasskirchen Solar Park
|Strasskirchen Solar Park|
|Commission date||December 2009|
|Owner(s)||Hanwha Q Cells|
|Site area||135 hectares Footprint|
|Nameplate capacity||54 MW|
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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.
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