Solar Farm with 91 MWP Brandenburg-Briest, Germany
Since 2011, the former military airport in Brandenburg Briest has become one of the largest solar power plants in the world. Over an area of 280 football fields, we installed 91 MW p in just 12 weeks, serving more than 22,000 households with clean electricity and saving about 50,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually.
|Installed power output||91 MWp|
|Date of completion||December 2011|
|Modules||383.000 crystalline modules (Q.PEAK, Q.PRO and Q.BASE)|
Solar Farm Stowbridge, Great-Britain
The Stowbridge Solar Farm, just north of Cambridge, England, was built at the beginning of 2014 with the Q CELLS, Q.PRO-G3 solar modules. The solar power plant has a capacity of 24.3 MW p and was completed by us in only a few weeks, due to our advance power plant design using Q.MEGA standard blocks.
|Installed power output||24,3 MWp|
|Date of completion||2014|
Cluster I–III Finsterwalde, Germany
The Finsterwalde I-III solar power plant cluster in southern Brandenburg has a total power output of 83 MW p and was installed by systems specialists from former Q Cells SE in 2010. The implementation of this major solar project was conducted in the three construction stages.
|Installed power output||83 MWp (altogether)|
|Date of completion||2010 (final)|
Solar Farm Canha, Portugal
The power plant in Portugal Montijo, south east of Lisbon, was implemented in May 2014, using some 51,000 Q CELLS Q.PRO-G3 modules(250-265 Wp). The installation of 13.3 MW p output solar power plant only took five weeks. Since 2009, Hanwha Q CELLS has reduced the construction time for 1 MW p from 3.9 days to less than one day.
|Installed power output||13,3 MWp|
|Date of completion||December 2013|