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16
Jul

German middle class drives the energy transition

SUNfarming signs contracts of 5 MW solar plants in Germany

SUNfarming GmbH has received an order for the turnkey construction of 5 MW solar plants from investment companies of the Schrum-Tauschke family. The projects have been successfully developed by SUNfarming GmbH for the last few months. These are 750 kWp free-field installations as well as roof-top plants of various sizes within Germany. The construction is expected to begin at the end of July. The order volume is approximately EUR 6 million. The investments are financed via the GLS Community Bank EC. The credit agreements have been signed by the investment companies this week.

“Unlike in the PV industry, we offer a one-stop service, from project development to service and monitoring. We have developed a unique quality assurance system for banks and investors. In our PV components, we rely exclusively on high-quality materials, in addition to the certification by TÜV Rheinland, checked by SUNfarming experts for quality according to a particularly stringent system.
An average of 7% more performance of our plants in recent years confirms the premium quality of our components “, explains Martin Tauschke, SUNfarming managing director.

As one of the ten largest German companies in the field of solar PV, the SUNfarming group has acquired its competence in the field of renewable energy over the past 14 years with more than 500 MWP solar systems as free-field and roof-top plants in Germany and worldwide, of which 115 MWP in its own investment Our group of companies is economically active in the project development, financing, realisation and operation of solar plants and related concepts such as agro-photovoltaics and e-mobility.