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Our Projects

Since our company was founded in December 2012, we at bejulo have successfully implemented 45 PV projects with a total output of 334 megawatts peak with our experienced but relatively small team. Further projects are currently under construction, and our project pipeline is well filled. This is mainly due to our good reputation. Many of our customers have been working with us for many years. Quality and fair business conduct definitely pay off.

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Our References

bejulo projects can already be found on 3 continents.

Our focus is on Europe, where in addition to our plants in Germany (to date a total of approximately 140 MWp), we have already set up 172 MWp of free-field PV plants in the Netherlands, Hungary and Great Britain. Further plants are currently under construction or in the planning.

In Iran we have built 3 PV parks and so far 2 projects in South Africa, including a charity project. Further projects on the African continent are currently being planned. bejulo has 2 subsidiaries in Tunisia and South Africa.

Below is a small selection of our references. You can download the complete project list under Download.

Sennewitz I & II (Germany)

Where ashes from the former lignite-fired power plant Rudolf-Breitscheid were deposited and subsequently restored after 1995, environmentally friendly electricity has been produced since April 2019.

The biggest challenge in this project, which we built in two phases, was the condition of the ground. The inhomogeneous covering layer of ash and sewage sludge, the corrosive ground and soft subsurface required special care when planning and constructing the substructure.

In addition, the PV system was built in an ecological manner, with wide row spacing, to enable future use as a flowering meadow.

Project Details

Total Power:
11,734 kWp

Commissioning:
April 2019 / March 2020

Period of Realization:
3 months per constuction phase

Operator:
utility

Kaiserslautern Merkurstraße (Germany)

We built this project on a former railway site in Kaiserslautern. The railway tracks on the area covering approx. 3 hectares were closed a few years ago.

Due to the local conditions, we have mainly built this system in an east / west arrangement. The rocky and inhomogeneous subsoil as well as a land line running over the site required special solutions.

Another challenge: Protected lizards were found in the area of the disused tracks, which is why we built particularly carefully in close exchange with nature conservation.

The nearby Globus supermarket is supplied with the energy generated by the PV plant.

Project Details

Total Power:
2,700 kWp

Commissioning:
December 2019

Period of Realization:
6 weeks

Operator:
utility

Almelo (The Netherlands)

We built our largest free-field PV plant to date in just 6 months for a private investor near the city of Almelo, Netherlands, not far from the German border.

The site of 36 hectares was previously used for agriculture and had to be cleared and leveled before construction began. Some moats were filled in and new waterways were created.

Thanks to the partnership-based collaboration with all project partners, we were able to complete this project as planned and smoothly, right through to successful commissioning and defect-free acceptance.

Project Details

Total Power:
39,263 kWp

Commissioning:
November 2019

Period of Realization:
6 months

Operator:
private investor

Bükkábrány (Hungary)

An ambitious project in a country that traditionally relies on nuclear power, the largest PV power plant in Hungary to date and the first bejulo has implemented in Hungary.

The site is in the north of the country, about 150 km east of Budapest. The 33 hectares of the coal excavation area, on which we built the PV system together with our consortium partner SPIE Hungária, had been closed for several years. The ground conditions with a fill-up depth of 60 meters were a particular challenge. The only way to guarantee the stability of the system was by using a specially developed substructure.

The operator of the plant is a partially state-owned Hungarian energy provider. The project initially supplies the nearby coal mine with cheap electricity. The surplus is fed into the public grid.

Project Details

Total Power:
22,663 kWp

Commissioning:
February 2019

Period of Realization:
6 months

Operator:
utility

Frauendorf (Germany)

This project is one of the first biotope solar parks in Germany, built on an area of around 17 hectares. The area was previously examined for weapons and cleared.

Thanks its innovative biodiversity concept, this PV system impressively demonstrates that solar power generation and nature conservation are not mutually exclusive. An autochthonous flower-rich sowing, combined with extensive care tailored to the seasons, allows a wide variety of wild herbs and wild flowers to bloom.

So bees and other insects always find a sufficient supply of food. The beekeeper who has set up his beehives inside the park is happy!

Project Details

Total Power:
9,984 kWp

Commissioning:
June 2017

Period of Realization:
4 months

Operator:
utility

Werneuchen (Germany)

The PV park in Werneuchen was built on around 16 hectares of former arable land north-east of Berlin.

As compensation measures, 28 fruit trees and various hedges were planted, among other things, and habitats were created for locally based reptiles.

The project was marketed and built by bejulo GmbH. We are also responsible for the technical management of the plant over a period of 20 years. The system is owned and operated by an energy provider based in Rhineland-Palatinate.

Project Details

Total Power:
9,984 kWp

Commissioning:
May 2017

Period of Realization:
4 months

Operator:
utility

Eslameih & Ehyaei (Iran)

Our 2 first of 3 PV plants we have built and commissioned simultaneously on behalf of a German investor in the province of Hamedan, near the Iranian capital Tehran.

On a total of around 20 hectares of formerly agricultural land, bejulo realized the first solar power plants in Iran on a supply scale.

The logistics and import of the components for two major projects in Iran presented us with particular challenges, especially after the sanctions had been lifted only a few months earlier. Nevertheless, we were able to put both projects into operation on schedule.

Project Details

Total Power:
13,958 kWp

Commissioning:
January 2017

Period of Realization:
5 months

Operator:
private investor

Odell / Glebe (United Kingdom)

This project put the young bejulo GmbH to the test in 2015: our first major project and at the same time the first international challenge.

Despite the extremely tight timeline and a “mud battle“ in wintry England, with the weather living up to its bad reputation, we were able to build the two construction sections simultaneously and complete absolutely on schedule. The sections are approx. 1.5 km apart and connected by a medium voltage cable.

As always and everywhere, we also relied on good, trusting cooperation with local companies in England, which has proven to be extremely helpful and established a good basis for further joint projects.

Project Details

Total Power:
34,285 kWp

Commissioning:
March 2015

Period of Realization:
5 months

Operator:
private investor