Who are we?

GOLDBECK SOLAR is an international company specialising in the turnkey construction of photovoltaic systems on a commercial, industrial and large scale. Our solutions are reliable, affordable and profitable thanks to the integration of the highest level of technology, high-quality services and many years of experience along the entire value chain.

With the vision of a clean energy supply, the entrepreneur Joachim Goldbeck founded Goldbeck Solar GmbH as a subsidiary of the Goldbeck Group and Solarnet GmbH for special projects in 2001. In this structure, PV solar plants were erected on industrial roofs, landfill bodies and open spaces in ten countries.
In 2018, both companies joined forces to become GOLDBECK SOLAR GmbH, and combined their dynamics and competence, their expertise and experience as a global player in the photovoltaic industry.

In 2019, GOLDBECK SOLAR consolidated the large-scale segment worldwide, and further expanded its expertise. With major projects in Central Asia and the Netherlands, among others, the company shows that it is not afraid of challenges. We combine the reliability of many years of experience with the flexibility of a start-up.

History
2001

Joachim Goldbeck founds GOLDBECK SOLAR GmbH and Solarnet GmbH.

2007

GOLDBECK SOLAR starts to position itself internationally.

2008

Entrance in the Spanish market.

2009

Expansion of product range to include photovoltaic systems for parking garages, facades and landfills.

2010

Entrance in the Czech and Slovak markets.

2011

Represented on the British market, launching a new product with the photovoltaic systems for carports.

2012

Our in-house aerodynamic solution SUNOLUTION is presented.

2014

Awarded for the “Lackford” project as best utility-scale PV system in the UK. In addition, GOLDBECK SOLAR wins the Intersolar Award for Technical Excellence for the Marienheide School and Sports center in North Rhine-Westphalia.Joachim Goldbeck is elected as the BSW president and in the UK.

2015

The O&M activities of Soventix and Gehrlicher Solar are taken over. Our first 50 MW plant goes to the high-voltage grid.

2016

Solarnet takes the first steps beyond the European borders to Latin America and Asia.

2017

Opening of the subsidiary in Mexico City and entering the Chilean market. Rewarded with the Intersolar Award 2017 for our first-ever combination of a landfill cover with a PV open-air plant- a project that brings environmental and climate protection together.

2018

GOLDBECK SOLAR and Solarnet join to become the new GOLDBECK SOLAR:
Development of the GEOS (Goldbeck Energy Optimisation System) together with the Fraunhofer ITWM

2019

GOLDBECK SOLAR consolidate in the large-scale segment with major solar projects in the Netherlands and Central Asia and Poland.
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2020

A big year – in Germany, 96 MWp were installed, including major solar projects such as Zietlitz and Sunera II. In the Netherlands, 270 MWp were finalized with projects such as Stadtkanaal, Buinerveen and Duurkenakker. In Kazakhstan, the expansion of Akadyr extention was completed with 26 MWp. In Mexico, 1 MWp of tracker projects were built. Our first tracker projects in Latin America. In addition, the company entered into important strategic alliances: with Chint Solar Zonnepark Services was established for O&M services in the Netherlands, which manages an O&M portfolio of more than 1 GWp. At the end of the year, it was decided to participate in PMT.

2021

This year we started the construction of the largest project in Central and Eastern Europe “Zwartowo” with a total capacity of 290 MWp. In addition, the Bavelseberg project was completed with a special engineering solutions. A large pipeline of projects in Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Thailand, Mexico and Chile is waiting for completion. Our innovation MarcS (Modular Arc System) is introduced and honored with the Intersolar Award 2021.

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