Solar array near Frankfurt Rodgau

Solar array near Frankfurt Rodgau

References in photovoltaics

Stuttgart, 01.01.2013

TransEnergyPartners will use the end of the year 2012 to give an overview of the width of its services in photovoltaics based on reference projects. Our services range from project procurement to the complete full service package for the investor who does not want to worry about the details of his investment.

Even after project implementation TransEnergyPartners is available to its customers for questions.

As every customer has different ideas regarding kind and place of the investment, there are different circumstances and challenges for each project .


For an investor we procured an already connected photovoltaics roof array (266,25 kWp) on a logistics building in Rodgau, south of Frankfurt, and we advised during the contracting between buyer and seller.


For an investor in Groß Kiesow we took over the complete contract negotiations with the roof owner and the builder of a 163,125 kWp photovoltaics roof array on a farm building, which was built on several rooftops after the respective roofs had been renovated, while we also obtained the funding at a local bank.


For two investors, who want to invest directly their own photovoltaic array on a rented roof in Germany, we implemented the project Dachsberg with a total of 89 kWp. As a contracting party of the investor we reviewed the project and and implemented it together with a project developer.


For another investors we implemented his investment goals in the form of a UG & Co. KG (entrepreneurial company/limited partnership). We provided the liability with the UG, took over the management of the project company, implemented the project including the purchase of the premises, and will take care of he technical and commercial management for the investor after connecting to the power network.

The large open land project Aarbergen (405 kWp) was implemented in a transitional area and was equipped with a (thin layer) solar module type previously unused in Germany. The investor benefitted from the desire of the seller and the module suppliers to use the array as a flagship project.

For the Molkenberg project, where owner and builder are the same person, a photovoltaic array (710 kWp) was mounted on the roofs of a former collectivized farm, and we could secure shares for two of our customers. We conducted the negotiations for our investors with the seller/owner of the roof over the purchase and roof lease contract.

In Italy we cooperate with a German project developer and have used our own funds for the acquisition of project rights. In total five projects with each 992,64 kWp were connected  to the network in 2011 by a German builder, while we are responsible for the sales. Each project is a stand-alone project company in the form of an Italian s.r.l. (società a responsabilità limitata - limited liability company).