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Solar Panels Technician

Solar energy in brief

A solar farm is a ground-based and grid-connected solar cell system that produces solar electricity. A large number of solar panels that convert the sun's rays into solar electricity are mounted elevated from the ground on stands and angled towards the south, or towards the east/west. The stands make it easy to restore the ground when the facility is decommissioned.

The land where the solar park stands can be used for sheep grazing or mowing, for example, trials are also underway with letting cows graze around the mounted solar cells, but this places extra demands on the choice of position. The flowering plants we sow on the ground contribute to strengthening biodiversity and especially benefit our highly endangered pollinating insects. There are early reports that indicate that nearby farmland especially benefits from the increased number of pollinators that a solar park contributes.

Image by Evgeniy Alyoshin

Solar energy project

Building and operating a solar park is done in the following overall steps:


Analysis of the land area and connection possibilities, we look at a design and solution that suits the landowner and the solar park, we also sign a lease agreement

Permit application and dialogue with electricity grid company, county administrative board, municipalities and neighbours, we examine access roads and possible building permit application

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When the agreement, permit and financing are ready, the project is started, we procure contracting, construction and commissioning together with local companies



We take the Solparken into operation and are responsible for the operation throughout the life of the facility, we handle ongoing maintenance and service for 40 years


When we reach the end of the park's lifespan, a decommissioning is done where we are responsible for dismantling, restoring the land and for as much of the park as possible to be recycled

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