Germany’s biggest solar park will be built without subsidies

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According to Bloomberg news, EnBW AG said it plans to build Germany’s biggest solar park without subsidies, underscoring how falling costs are fueling green power investments in Europe’s largest economy. Germany’s fourth-biggest utility will build the 175-megawatt Weesow-Willmersdorf plant over 164 hectares (405 acres) in Brandenburg outside of Berlin, EnBW said.

The solar park will generate 175GWh of electricity per year and cover the electricity needs of 50,000 households while saving 125,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2). EnBW kicked off its drive to add clean power assets to its coal, gas, hydro and nuclear plants in 2012 and aims to have a 40 percent share for the low carbon energy by 2020. ——————–***——————–
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Germany’s biggest solar park will be built without subsidies

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Location: Brandenburg

Date: Feb 07, 2019 @ 10:19

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