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GOLDBECK SOLAR and POWERFIELD realise 108 MWp of solar energy projects together in the Netherlands

GOLDBECK SOLAR and POWERFIELD have signed contracts for the construction of seven new solar parks in the Netherlands with a total volume of around 108 MWp.

The Dutch project developer, POWERFIELD, is continuing to drive the green energy revolution in the country by relying on GOLDBECK SOLAR to construct the plants. The Hirschberg-based EPC company has a wealth of experience with large solar projects, having already realized numerous solar parks in the Netherlands.

Challenges Posed by Short Construction Time

“We are planning a total of seven new solar parks at various locations throughout the Netherlands,” begins Ivo van Dam, Chief Technology Officer of POWERFIELD. The individual projects are currently being prepared for realisation and should all be connected to the grid this year.”

“The short construction time of individual parks is the biggest challenge for GOLDBECK SOLAR,” says responsible sales engineer Danijel Zgaljic The goal is to complete all plants between May and November, leaving little room for delays.

 

Ivo van Dam states, ” We know GOLDBECK SOLAR as an experienced and reliable partner from previous project developments. We are therefore confident that the projects will be completed within the planned time.” A special feature of the newly planned solar parks is the potential for battery solutions to supplement sub-projects. In this way, PowerField and GOLDBECK SOLAR aim to ensure that the energy produced is used as efficiently as possible.

Green energy for nearly 30,000 Dutch households

Once completed, the seven new solar parks will have an output of over 108 MWp, allowing PowerField to provide green energy to nearly 30,000 households in the Netherlands.

The smallest plant, Doorsneeweg, will cover an area of approximately 1.6 hectares and have an output of just under 2 MWp. On the other hand, the Hollandscheveld I and II solar parks will have a combined capacity of over 52 MWp. The remaining projects include Wolvega (5 MWp), Wanneperveen (33 MWp), and Heino I and II (together 16 MWp).

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