Templin Solar Park

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Templin Solar Park
Templin Solar Park is located in Germany
Templin Solar Park
Location of Templin Solar Park in Germany
Country Germany
Location Templin
Coordinates 53°01′54″N 13°32′19″E / 53.03167°N 13.53861°E / 53.03167; 13.53861Coordinates: 53°01′54″N 13°32′19″E / 53.03167°N 13.53861°E / 53.03167; 13.53861
Status Operational
Commission date 30 September 2012
Construction cost €205 million[1]
Owner(s) Commerz Real
Solar field
Type Flat-panel PV
Site area 214 ha[2]
Power generation
Units operational 1,500,000
Nameplate capacity 128.48 MW

Templin Solar Park is a 128 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic power station, located at the former Templin military airport.[3]


The plant was built between 5 June and 30 September 2012. The electrical connection to the 110 kV network, via two substations operated by e.dis AG, was made in April 2013. The plant covers an area of approximately 214 ha. It consists of 1.5 million thin-film modules from the manufacturer First Solar from its factory in Frankfurt (Oder). The 114 power inverters used were supplied by German company SMA. The park was built by Bavarian company Belectric. The construction costs were €204.5 million and about 500 people were employed during its fabrication.

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