Two Major Solar Photovoltaic Projects in Germany

Day4 Energy 48 MC-S solar panels
Day4 Energy 48 MC-S solar panels.

Day4 Energy, a leading global provider of solar photovoltaic products and solutions, has completed the construction of two turnkey, ground-mounted photovoltaic power plants in Germany totaling over 2.5MW.

Built for a repeat customer of Day4 Energy, the 1.8MW Solarfarm Fischbach project in Niedereschach-Fischbach consists of 9,792 Day4 Energy 48 MC-S panels. Designed to produce enough power for over 500 households, this project will contribute to the reduction of approximately 1,170 tons of carbon-dioxide annually.

The second project recently competed was a 715kW installation built for Kreissparkasse Rottweil, a local savings bank in Germany. Comprising 3,920 Day4 Energy 48MC-S panels, the Energiepark Zimmern will produce enough electrical power for 200 households and will yield an annual reduction of approximately 464 tons of carbon-dioxide.

“The successful completion of these two projects, in particular the fact that it took just six weeks from construction commencement to grid connection, confirms Day4 Energy’s outstanding project management expertise” noted George Rubin, President of Day4 Energy. “As we continue to develop and promote both our project management and turn-key manufacturing capabilities, Day4 Energy is establishing itself as a strong partner, and catalyst for the widespread adoption of solar photovoltaics in markets across the world” concluded Mr. Rubin.

Day4 Energy continues to grow its presence in the solar project market, and intends to scale its project development business model to markets outside of Germany, most notably Italy and Canada, in the coming year.

Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Day4 Energy is a leading global provider of solar photovoltaic products and solutions. Active in the areas of research and design, manufacturing, technology licensing, and all aspects of project management, Day4 Energy is enabling the growth of solar energy throughout the world.

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