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24.02.2011

Record Performance in Meldorf

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 kWp/kWh, which is far better than we expected", quality manager Rolf Danker says, smiling. With a capactiy of 7.65 MWp, solar power park Meldorf is Schleswig-Holstein’s largest municipal solar project, and one of the most powerful projects in Northern Germany.



06.09.2011

SunEnergy Europe proudly announces the successful completion of a new PV power plant. Friday, September 2nd saw the connection to the grid of a 1.1 MWp roof-mounted installation in Kodersdorf, Saxony. Nearly 5,000 Yingli modules...[more]

02.08.2011

SunEnergy Europe welcomes a new member to its Management Team: Since the 1st June, Dr Christian Kuhse assists the company's founder and CEO, Dr Hartwig Westphalen, as Chief Operating Officer (COO) and now holds the position of...[more]

20.07.2011

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...[more]

26.06.2011

Am letzten Juni-Wochenende wurden in Kronprinzenkoog an der schleswig-holsteinischen Nordseeküste die Sieger der Solarbundesliga gekürt. Zum elften Mal wetteifern bundesweit Kommunen um den Titel "Solarstadt"....[more]

23.06.2011

On Usedom, Germany’s easternmost island on the Baltic Sea coast, installation work is under way on what is SunEnergy’s largest roof-mounted PV installation so far. On the premises of the Gut Thurbruch GmbH, a former GDR...[more]

06.06.2011

Hamburg, Germany based SunEnergy Europe is using the Intersolar as a platform to display its most impressive projects and interesting developments over the past ten years. One key element on the booth is a building site fence...[more]

30.05.2011

Friday, 27th of May, saw the opening ceremony of one of northern Germany’s largest PV power plant in the village of Achtrup in Schleswig-Holstein. The 8.3 MWp solar installation which was connected to the grid in October 2010 was...[more]

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