Handover solar farm Reckertshausen
North of the district of Reckertshausen, in the immediate vicinity of the town of Hofheim in the district of Hassberge, lies the most innovative solar park currently being built. It covers a total of approx. 13 hectares and is divided into two so-called open-space photovoltaic plants: Hühnerellern and Haßberge. When construction is completed, a total of 23,000 high-performance modules will be installed. The electricity from the solar energy of both plants is expected to generate an annual output of about 10 megawatts. This means that around 2,600 households in the region can be supplied with green electricity. The innovative feature of this PV park is fully integrated battery storage, which ensures that the PV systems can feed in the electricity stored during the day even when there is less or no sunlight, e.g. in the evening hours or at night. The battery storage systems were recently delivered and installed in Hühnerellern and Haßberge. We developed these innovative systems. "The advantages are obvious. On the one hand, we use low-yield agricultural land to generate CO2-free electricity, and on the other hand, the solar power storage system relieves the burden on the electricity grid by absorbing peak load periods. We are proud to be pioneers in Germany with this technical innovation," says the head of sales at MaxSolar Christian Mayr.