Tramm-Göthen Site Journal

Construction of Germanys largest, independent PV power plant

Belectric is building a new solar photovoltaic plant in North Germany with a installed capacity of 172 megawatts. This large-scale plant will be located at the municipalities of Tramm and Lewitzrand in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. Following completion of the power plant at the end of 2021, just under 420,000 photovoltaic modules will convert sunlight to electricity. The solar farm will produce enough green electricity to supply the equivalent of around 50,000 homes annually.

172000

kWp installed capacity

420000

modules

2480000

square meter

tramm-goethen

2021
16/06/2021

First modules are placed on the tables

First modules are placed on the tables

Source: SVZ, Katja Müller

27/05/2021

Luxcara Team and mayor visited our site

Picture: BELECTRIC CEO Ingo Alphéus and Luxcara Managing Partner Dr. Philip Sander (from the left)

07/05/2021

Construction site from above

15/04/2021

Ramming works in Area C continues

Ramming works in Area C continues
25/03/2021

View from above on the construction progress of the substructure.

18/03/2021

Underground cables work continues

Underground cables work continues
12/03/2021

First piers of the MMS in Area N are rammed

01/03/2021

Official groundbreaking

Official groundbreaking

Official groundbreaking on the construction site has taken place. Source: SVZ, Katja Müller

12/02/2021

Laying of DC cable

Laying of DC cable

Laying and sanding of DC cables in Area F.

05/02/2021

DC cable ditches

DC cable ditches

Measurement, marking and excavation of DC cable ditches.