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Solar Photovoltaic Project Schaebisch Hall

Technology Solar Photovoltaics
Source N/A
Mode Electricity
Policy Feedin-tarifs
Country Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
City Schwaebisch Hall
Description The solar generator is located in Solpark, Schwaebisch Hall on a hangar. It was connected to the grid in 2001. In 2005 this pv project got a internet based monitoring system to get a better understanding of the performance.
Project development Planet energy GmbH
Total investment 570,000 Euro
Production cost / Feed-in tarif approx 47 cent/kWh

Contact details
Website www.greenpeace-energy.de
Telephone +49- 40 808 110 600
E-mail info@greenpeace-energy.de
Technical details
Installed capacity 100 kW
Annual generation 97,000 kWh
Number of household that can be supplied by produced electricity 28
Annual CO2 saving in Tons of CO2 per year 52
Grid Ongrid
Manufacturer PV Modules: BP Solar,
Inverter: SMA
Operator Planet energy GmbH