A solar park is a piece of land with solar panels that generate sustainable energy. At Sunvest we build solar parks of at least 8 hectares. There are approximately 25,000 solar panels on an 8 hectare park. These solar panels are placed on a scaffold 1 metre above the ground.
They supply sustainable power via an inverter to a transformer station. This station is located at the solar park. From here, the generated power is fed into the national electricity grid. The energy supplier then supplies the sustainable power to local companies and private individuals.
Ground-mounted solar parks may have an impact on nature, biodiversity and ecosystems. This can be both positive and negative, depending on the design and initial situation of the solar park. On plots with originally little or no nature value, such as building plots, some plots along infrastructure or intensively managed agricultural land, it is possible to increase the nature value in combination with a solar park. That is why we look for degraded or polluted land, or land with a temporary use for industry or infrastructure. Only then will low-grade agricultural land be considered.