On this page, we provide you with regular updates on the construction progress of our first free-field solar power plant in Poland. The Sobów project is part of a larger pipeline that will be planned and implemented in cooperation with our local joint venture partner Arenella. This is also the first realisation of a renewable energy project by wiwi consult abroad.
Assembly of PV modules and delivery of the transformer station
Finally, the PV modules arrived at Sobów. Currently the modules, which were produced in China and then shipped to Poland, are being screwed to the frame. The whole mounting structure was already assembled at the end of last year. Currently, 60% of the modules are installed.
The grid connection has been fully ensured in the meantime. In parallel, the transformer and its station have been delivered and installed. The grid connection is now fully prepared for final commissioning.
Cable trench & steel construction
Winter has arrived in Sobów. The frame for the PV modules was attached to the posts of the mounting structure at an angle of 15 degrees. The trenches for the cable route are also excavated.
Update mounting structure
New pictures show the current status of our construction site. The individual piles of the mounting structure are anchored in the ground. Now, further steps are prepared in order to complete the mounting structure. The project is still on schedule.
Fencing & mounting structure
The fencing around the plot was successfully completed. Currently, construction of the mounting structure is prepared. For this purpose, individual piles of the frame are anchored in the ground using a pile driving machine. The PV modules are not yet delivered to the site and will be assembled in early January.
Here we go!
The starting signal for the construction of our first PV free-field project has been given. In January 2021, the plant with a capacity of 1 MWp shall be commissioned in Sobów, south-eastern Poland. Now that the official cadastral survey has been completed, the entire plant area is currently being fenced in.