Hamburg, 25.08.23 – The symbolic groundbreaking ceremony for a photovoltaic plant developed by greentech was celebrated this week in Nienbüttel near Wacken, a village in the north of Hamburg known for its open-air festival. In addition to project development and construction, greentech is also responsible for the technical and commercial management of the plant, thus covering the entire range of services offered by the Hamburg-based solar specialist.
After completion, the photovoltaic plant in Nienbüttel with its total of 32,580 bifacial solar modules has an installed capacity of 21.45 MWp. “This sunny site, which covers an area of approximately 17 hectares, is going to make a decisive contribution to environmentally friendly power production,” says Bernd Sönnichsen, Head of Project Development Germany at greentech. Seven medium-voltage stations deliver the approximately 22.2 GWh of CO2-free generated energy to the Oldenborstel substation of Schleswig-Holstein Netz AG via a 20 kV line about 10 km long.
Further projects in Schleswig-Holstein in the pipeline
In the next few weeks, another solar project developed by greentech is being built by the company Goldbeck Solar along the A23 in the neighbouring municipality of Agethorst with around 70.5 MWp. greentech is also taking over the technical and commercial management for this plant. Together, the two plants are going to supply around 95.6 GWh of green energy. This corresponds to the electricity needs of around 24,000 four-person households.
In addition, the construction of a third solar park with an output of 10 MWp is planned in the immediate surrounding area at the beginning of 2024.
Picture info: Groundbreaking ceremony in Nienbüttel with (from left to right): Tobias Zabel (1st Deputy Mayor of Nienbüttel), Niels Bendig (Municipal Representative for Nienbüttel), Aleksis Schäfer (Managing Partner at greentech), Carsten Hollm (land owner), Thomas Bock (Municipal Representative for Nienbüttel). Picture: greentech