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Solar park Moos 2


No more worries about energy

Right from the start regional politicians and residents living in the Municipality of Geroldshausen close to Wuerzburg were united in wanting a solar park to secure the future, environmentally compatible supply of energy. In the district of Moos the ideal location was swiftly found. Phoenix Solar ensured the simple and rapid expediting of all approval procedures and completed the construction work within twelve weeks: for a plant of this size this is a remarkably short period of time.

One of the largest ground-mounted plants in southern Germany was built using around
160,000 modules on a surface area of around 64 hectares – in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the German nature conservation association (Bund Naturschutz).
The cooperation with a wind park has allowed the joint operation of a transformer station, enabling the energy generated to be fed directly into the high voltage grid and marking the start of Moos Solar Park’s production of just under 17 million kilowatt hours of electricity a year. To ensure the seamless operation and to achieve the return targeted for all investors over the term, Phoenix Solar also carries out all the measures necessary for the solar park's operation and maintenance.

And last but not least, KGAL has launched a closed-end fund geared towards the participation of private investors.

Technical Data
Rated system power 15.82 MWp
Annual energy yield 16,785.15 MWh
Equivalent to the power consumption of approx. 4,188 families**
Feed-in tariff/kWh EUR 0.2843
Feed-in tariff p.a. approx. EUR 4,772,018
CO²-savings p.a. approx. 9,651.4 tons*
No./type of modules 157,984 units i.e. from First Solar and Phoenix Solar
Inverter 2 x SMA SC500, 22 x SMA SC630
Construction type Ground-mounted system
Tilt angle 30°
Frame technology CWF
Orientation South

* Source: The evolution of carbon dioxide emissions within the German power mixture 1990-2008: 0.575 tons CO² saved per MWh (Umweltbundesamt FG I 2.5., Status March 2010)
** Source: Average power consumption of a family: 4,000 kWh (Verivox, Status 2010)

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