- Solar projects with a total installed capacity of more than 38 MW completed
- Operations and maintenance service agreements secured
- Installation of up to 50 MW planned for 2019
“The Dutch solar market will evolve into one of the key PV markets in Europe over the next few years. Therefore, I am delighted that we have secured a firm foothold in this market and that our customers were happy with how we implemented our first PV projects here”, explains David Johann, Vice President Sales Netherlands, BELECTRIC Solar & Battery GmbH. “And that is only the beginning. In regions like Friesland, Flevoland and Zeeland, but also in North and South Holland there is plenty of potential for solar parks. We want to be one of the leading engineering companies in realising this potential.”
BELECTRIC is planning solar projects with a total capacity of up to 50 megawatts in the Netherlands this year, some of them with the PEG system.
Solar projects with a total installed capacity of more than 38 MW completed
The capacity of solar projects erected by BELECTRIC in the role of EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) service provider totals over 38 MW. The “Zonnepark Lange Runde” solar park with an installed capacity of 14.2 MWp was constructed in the Drenthe province, commissioned by Norwegian energy company Statkraft. This solar park is the first 1,500-volts system in the Benelux region. The system consists of over 118,000 solar collectors and generates enough green electricity to supply the equivalent of 4,000 households. The system has been operational since the summer of 2018 and the land is maintained by grazing sheep.
The PV system “Zeeland Refinery” with an installed capacity of 12.4 MWp was constructed by BELECTRIC for the company Total in the Zeeland province and commissioned in July 2018. The PV system consists of over 28,000 solar collectors and generates enough green electricity to supply the equivalent of 3,500 households.
The PV systems featuring the innovative PEG substructure have a total installed capacity of 12 MWp. Due to the lightweight construction of the PEG system, foundations are not required. Significantly reduced height and floor space, less material and a simple construction reduce labour costs and shorten the time period between planning and commissioning the system. A total of eleven systems were erected in the Limburg region in just a few weeks and construction was completed in March 2019. They produce enough climate-friendly electricity to supply the equivalent of 3,500 households.