Recently, Suntech supplied 4.7MW high-efficiency anti-glaring PV modules to German Oberwesterwaldbahn PV power plant proximity to motorway connecting Elbtal and Dornburg. In April 2020, the power plant was fully on-grid and put into use with a total capacity of 10 MW.
The Oberwesterwaldbahn project is only 110m away from the motorway connecting East and Western Europe. For the safety of the vehicles, the light reflection by the solar modules of the plant must be minimized under extremely rigorous standards.
Suntech supplied high-efficiency anti-glaring PV modules to this project. These modules adopt high-quality and anti-reflective glass to ensure that the reflection of the direct light is less than 3%, compared to 10% by conventional PV module glass. Suntech’s anti-glaring modules significantly reduce optical reflection and pollution, making the glass as an ideal option for installations near airports, railways, and motorways where glaring needs stringently control for the sake of safety. In addition to the distinguished anti-glaring performance, the Suntech products also feature high stability and reliability.
The Oberwesterwaldbahn project was installed for supplying power to Elbtal and Dornburg. Since September 2019, a total of 17196 pieces of Suntech PV modules have been continuously shipped to project site. Estimated to generate up to 9.97 million kWh electricity per year, the project can satisfy the daily power demand of 1500 households in these two cities.
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