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Pocking Solar Park

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Pocking Solar Park

Pocking Solar Park
Pocking Solar Park is located in Germany
Pocking Solar Park
Location of Pocking Solar Park
Country Germany
Location Pocking
Coordinates
Construction began 2005
Commission date 2006
Owner(s) Martin Bucher Projektentwicklungen
Shell Solar
CommerzLeasing und Immobilien
Solar farm
Type Flat-panel PV
Site area 7.5 ha (18.5 acres)
Power generation
Units operational 57,912 Shell Solar
Nameplate capacity 10

The Pocking Solar Park is a photovoltaic power station in Pocking, Lower Bavaria, Germany. It has installed capacity of 10 megawatt (MWp). Construction and assembly of the power plant started in August 2005 and was completed in March 2006.

The power plant is located on 7.5 hectares (19 acres) on the former military training area. It has 57,912 modules.[1]

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References

  1. ^ The world’s largest photovoltaic solar power plant is in Pocking


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