In the Federal Land of Saarland (Germany), a fascinating pilot project is being implemented with the use of a two-sided (bifacial) photoelectron module, which is implemented by Next2Sun.
5700 two-sided panels, mounted on 2800 montage profiles, provide 2 MGW of electricity. It is today the largest solar parlor of two-sided solar modules in Europe. As seen in the picture, the power plant is rather non-standard and looks special. Such installation has been done, in essence, not in simple conditions. The vertical placement of the modules and its orientation to the east and the west allow for considerable changes in production peaks from midday to midday and evening hours.
Such exploitation proves that the plant produces 10% more electricity than conventional solar electricity in the case of one-way solar modules that are directed to the south.