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Solar Frontier and Belectric join forces for 28.8MW solar power plant

23 May 2012

Photovoltaic (PV) companies Solar Frontier and Belectric have completed and grid connected a 28.8MW CIS thin-film solar power plant in Bochow, Germany.

The companies claim that CIS thin-film solar power plant is the largest in the world, seeing CommerzReal as the main investor for the project and HypoVereinsbank (HBV)/UniCredit supply the financing.

It is thought that around 205,000 Solar Frontier CIS thin-film modules have now been installed in Bochow.

Bernhard Beck, CEO of Belectric Solarkraftwerke, said ‘This collaboration with Solar Frontier is another milestone in our partnership. We decided to realise this project with Solar Frontier due to the efficiency and reliability of their CIS modules. Moreover, Solar Frontier’s long-term strategy and manufacturing expertise of CIS thin-film modules were additional key decision-making criteria for us.’

Wolfgang Lange, managing director, Solar Frontier Europe, added, ‘This project not only shows the confidence Belectric has in the performance and reliability of our CIS modules, but also the trust that financial institutions like HypoVereinsbank and CommerzReal are placing in our technology.

‘The joint project with Belectric once again emphasises the strength of our collaboration in the effort to install the best solar solutions in Germany and beyond.’

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