Bartow Spatenstich

GOLDBECK SOLAR celebrates ground-breaking ceremony for the second largest solar park in Germany

GOLDBECK SOLAR, a leading provider of turnkey construction of industrial, commercial, and large-scale photovoltaic plants, is celebrating the ground-breaking ceremony for the Bartow solar park in Germany together with Encavis Asset Management. With a capacity of 260 MWp and a total area of over 205 hectares, this solar park will be the second largest in Germany to date.

The Bartow project, with an output of 260 MWp will generate around 270,000 MWh of clean energy per year and thus supply more than 96,000 households with green electricity every year. In the future, this will save around 100,000 tons of CO2 per year. For GOLDBECK SOLAR, this will be the largest project in Germany to date.

The location of the solar park in the municipality of Bartow, around 150 kilometers north of Berlin. This location benefits from optimal solar radiation, ensuring high efficiency. GOLDBECK SOLAR prioritized ecological factors during the planning phase. Specifically, aimed to ensure that biodiversity would not be compromised by the large solar park, hence the particular emphasis on this aspect. The construction of the solar park will be carried out in two phases, utilizing a total of 452,592 bifacial modules from Canadian Solar. The park is expected to be commissioned by the summer of 2025.

“We are very proud to be able to implement such a large project in Germany. Bartow is a project of superlatives and underlines the important role and strength of GOLDBECK SOLAR in the expansion of renewable energies,” explains Joachim Goldbeck, Managing Director of GOLDBECK SOLAR. “The positive impact on the environment is substantial. Bartow has the capacity to supply around 96,000 households with green electricity and massively reduce CO2 emissions. Our objective is to create a green future for our country and this project brings us a big step closer to that goal.”

“We are delighted to be working with GOLDBECK SOLAR on this project. Their many years of experience and expertise in the field of solar technology, combined with their reputation for reliability and quality, have convinced us,” commented Karsten Mieth, CEO of Encavis Asset Management AG, on the collaboration.

F.l.t.r.: Ghassan Ismail (Project Manager EAM), Alexander Gutsch (Sales Representative Germany GS), Stefan Spork (Head of PC Germany GS), Tobias Schüßler (COO GS), Elisabeth Rabe (Team Lead Structuring EAM), Karsten Mieth (Executive board EAM), Felix Häusler (Head of Investment Management EAM), René Nast (Mayor Bartow).

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