Our large-scale project Borrentin

Step by step to the completion of our solar farm

For our customer Encavis, we are implementing a PV project with an installed capacity of 114 megawatts near Borrentin in the district Mecklenburgische Seenplatte (Germany). Once completed, almost 200,000 modules will convert sunlight into electricity. An area of 964,600 square metres, or the equivalent of 135 soccer fields, will produce enough green electricity to meet the annual demand of around 35,000 households.

114000

kWp installed capacity

198432

modules

964600

square meters
Baustelle des Solarparks Borrentin

Project does not compete with an agricultural use

The Borrentin solar farm does not compete with agriculture, as it is being built on an area with an average agricultural land grade of 27.26 and thus on an area that would not have a good agricultural yield anyway. Only values above 40 are considered good agricultural land, and values above 60 are considered very good quality.

Bautagebuch Borrentin

2024
Ground-breaking ceremony: The starting gun has been fired & construction works can begin!

Ground-breaking ceremony: The starting gun has been fired & construction works can begin!

The first major milestone has been reached. The construction works on our large-scale project Borrentin can now officially begin. At the ground-breaking ceremony, representatives of BELECTRIC and Encavis as well as Peter-Heinrich Rabe, mayor of Borrentin, sealed the start of construction of the major project for the German energy transition.