Solar Power Plants in Bavaria
easyCredit Stadium
Location: BY
Operator: Stadion Nürnberg Betriebs-GmbH
Configuration: 140 kWp
Operation: 2006
System supplier: Siemens
EPC: Siemens
Quick facts: FC Nuremberg plays in the easyCredit Stadium (formerly Frankenstadium), which was rebuilt for the 2006 World Cup and seats 46,000. The solar power plant has 758 solar modules, each of 185W capacity, covering about 1,000m³ of the stadium roof.

Photograph courtesy of Siemens
Posted 4 Jul 2008

Hemmelburg
Location: BY
Operator: Dynna Solar Hammelburg GmbH
Configuration: 830 kWp
Operation: 2010
System supplier: ReneSola, Wuxi Jiacheng Solar Energy Technology Co Ltd
EPC: SolarHybrid

Photograph courtesy of SolarHybrid
Posted 22 Jan 2011

 

Hemau
Location: BY
Operator: voltwerk AG
Configuration: 4 MWp
Operation: 2003
System supplier: BP Solar, SunTechniks

Photograph courtesy of voltwerk AG
Posted 20 Jul 2003

 

Laudenbach
Location: BY
Operator: Laudenbach GmbH & Co KG
Configuration: 11.15 MWp
Operation: 2010
System supplier: Suntech
EPC: SolarHybrid
Quick facts: This plant was financed and developed by ecolutions.

Photograph courtesy of SolarHybrid
Posted 22 Jan 2011

Mainz Stadium
Location: BY
Operator: juwi GmbH
Configuration: 241 kWp
Operation: 2004
System supplier: Sharp
Quick facts: This installation cost about €1mn and was developed with Stadtwerke Mainz AG and the football team FSV Mainz05.

Photograph courtesy of juwi GbmH
Posted 24 Nov 2004

Miegersbach-I
Location: BY
Operator:
Phönix SonnenStrom AG
Configuration: 2 MWp
Operation: 2005
System supplier:
Phönix SonnenStrom AG
Quick facts: Phase I has11,616 modules and a surface area of more than 56,000m². An expansion to 5.3 MWp is planned.

  Photograph courtesy of Phönix SonnenStrom AG
Posted 3 Sep 2005

Mühlhausen
Location: BY
Operator: Bavaria Solar GmbH & Co KG
Configuration: 6.269 MWp
Operation: 2005
System supplier: Sharp
EPC: PowerLight Corp
Quick facts: This was the largest single-site PV plant in the world at completion and is part of a three-plant complex that cost about
€50mn. Output is expected to be 6,750 MWh/yr.

  Photograph courtesy of PowerLight Corp
Posted 23 Nov 2005

Munchen Terminal 2
Location: BY
Operator: Flughafen Munchen GmbH
Configuration: 500 kWp
Operation: 2002
System supplier: BP Solar
EPC: BP Solar
Quick facts: This array on the on the roof of the check-in concourse of the new Terminal 2 was connected to the airport power grid in Aug 2002. It produces an average of approximately 500 MWh per year and cost
2.725mn. Lufthansa participated in this project as a sponsor.

  Photograph courtesy of BP Solar
Posted 17 Feb 2007

Pocking
Location: BY
Operator: voltwerk AG
Configuration: 10 MWp
Operation: 2006
System supplier: Shell Solar
Quick facts: This facility on an abandoned military base near Passau was the largest contiguous solar plant in the world when it opened. The facility has almost 58,000 PV modules and cost
€40mn. Energy delivery is via E.ON. Construction took nine months.

Photograph courtesy of Martin Bucher Projektentwicklungen
Posted 13 May 2006

   
  Sochtenau
Location: BY
Operator: voltwerk AG
Configuration: 599 kWp
Operation: 2003
System supplier: Siemens, Shell Solar

Photograph courtesy of voltwerk AG
Posted 23 Oct 2002

 
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Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 01/22/11

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