The first major EnBW solar park has been operating in Leibertingen since 2009
EnBW has constructed and operated solar parks across Germany since 2008 and always emerged successful from the previous rounds of auctions held by the German Federal Network Agency. We also develop major projects with no funding. For example, we are currently completing the detailed planning of the construction of the Weesow-Willmersdorf solar park in Werneuchen, Brandenburg. It will be the largest solar farm built to date in Germany without state funding and will provide an output of around 175 MW on an area covering 164 hectares.
We believe that the expansion of our photovoltaic capacities is a key task for which we are aiming to enter into project partnerships across Germany with private land owners, local authorities and project developers.
We offer a diverse range of interesting solutions for working together in partnership: We will take on the responsibility for all tasks from developing the first idea through to the planning, construction, direct distribution and operation of the solar power plants right up to their last day of service around 30 years later – and even their environmentally friendly dismantling.
In addition, we always keep the environment in mind during all phases of our projects – so that any impact they have on people and nature is kept to a minimum. Solar parks even provide nature with the opportunity to regenerate and thus help to enhance biodiversity.