The Sun rises in the North

Thursday, July 7th saw the official opening ceremony of a 2.3 MWp solar power park in the village of Klixbuell, close to the Danish border. Despite its reputation for bad weather, Northern Germany’s  geographical situation proves to be ideal for PV power: for several months now, the solar installation that was finished by end of 2010 has been carrying record-breaking yields. Despite poor weather conditions with ice and snow, the installation was completed in time. Main construction work was done in December 2010 under the pressure of an alteration in the German “Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz“ (EEG, Renewable Energy Act): Klixbuell was one of the last ground mounted installations to be realized on former farm land. Had the construction not met the December 31st deadline, no feed-in tariff would have been paid, thus threatening the € 6 m investment.


SunEnergy Europe und der chinesische Konzern BYD, der eines der weltweit führenden Unternehmen im Bereich erneuerbarer Energienutzung ist, arbeiten Hand in Hand an einer nachhaltigen Zukunft. Die Zusammenarbeit der Unternehmen im...[more]


ElectronicPartner und die SunEnergy Europe GmbH haben den Grundstein für die Zusammenarbeit im Bereich Solarstrom gelegt. SunEnergy Europe stellt auf der EP-Jahresversammlung in Düsseldorf die Kooperation vor.Künftig können...[more]


SunEnergy Europe unterstützt den bundesweiten Aktionstag gegen die geplanten Kürzungen der Solarförderung.Gestern einigten sich Bundesumwelt- und Bundeswirtschaftsministerium auf eine Neuregelung des EEG. Einzelheiten sollen...[more]


A big Thank You to all participants in our anniversary brain teaser! In the year of SunEnergy’s anniversary, the Christmas mailing was themed “The 10-year SunEnergy milestone has been reached, but what does this actually...[more]


Since December 9th, the Thuringian city of Gera produces electricity from solar power almost in the city centre. On the former premises of a gas power plant now more than 4,900 modules quietly produce clean energy. Project...[more]


Despite a generally poor level of solar impact in Germany in 2010, solar power park Meldorf has exceeded all expectations by far. "The annual yield was calculated to be 954 kWp/kWh - in fact, the figure for 2010 is at 1101...[more]


Bad Salzungen, a health resort in the federal state of Thuringia/ Germany, has ambitious plans: a 1.1 MWp solar power park, to be installed and ready for operation by the end of this year. The ground-breaking ceremony on the...[more]

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