More and more municipalities are promoting biodiversity and tax revenue with a solar park.

We would be happy to show you how you can easily combine an energy transition, biodiversity and higher income.

Local energy transition and many other advantages

A solar park is good for nature conservation, biodiversity and local value creation.

For any municipality, a solar park on the doorstep is a visible sign of climate protection. But it’s about much more than this. A solar park not only generates a great amount of green electricity, it also creates contracts for local craftsmen and thus creates local value.

Long-term income

Municipalities also benefit from the municipal tax of 0.2 cents per kilowatt hour, which is regulated by the Renewable Energy Act. The municipality also receives additional long-term income from the trade tax that is due when operating a solar park.

Citizens can also benefit.

In addition, citizens can also directly benefit. Municipalities can set up citizen participation programmes and provide regionally generated electricity for citizens at a reduced rate.

How energy transition works

Value creation
on site


Energy security

Citizen participation

STARVERT solar parks

How suitable is your land for a solar park?

Simply click through the quiz and find out more about your land.

Which land types are suitable?

What‘s important when selecting land for a solar park?

STARVERT solar parks are at least ten hectares in size. Land types that may be suitable include landfill, industrial, military or mining sites or land along motorways or railways. Soils with low agricultural yields are also suitable. High-quality soils are preserved for agriculture or nature conservation.

The land must not be in the shade. If the terrain is hilly, at least most of it should face south. Have a chat with us, we are happy to advise you.

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help you?

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help you?