Solar park Delfzijl (NL)

In the very northeast of the Netherlands, MKG completed one of the largest projects of the company’s history: On a site below sea level, more than 100.000 solar modules have been installed in just 20 weeks. MKG’s engineers faced the challenges of the peaty soil with a special, yet economic foundation, by which the substructure gains a secure hold in the soft ground.

The Delfzijl site during construction

To make optimal utilization of the area, the plant has been designed as innovative east-west-system. MKG’s GMS flex mounting system allowed the alternating orientation of the module rows as well as the extremely dense building. With a sophisticated process and construction optimization, the MKG design team once again proved its competence: Ultra efficient plant design, optimized production, professional and in-time construction – and a very satisfied client.

Project data

  • Power output of the plant: approx. 30 MWp
  • Mounting system: east-west system GMS flex, with special foundation
  • 116,334 modules
  • Construction time: approx. 20 weeks (08/2016 – 12/2016)

Delivery and services

  • Comprehensive soil analysis
  • Project specific statics
  • On-site delivery of the GMS flex mounting system with special foundation
  • Foundation works
  • Installation of substructure, solar modules, and supplements