Chint Solar Netherlands

Experienced partner in the development of solar parks

Fully commited to contribute to a succesful energy transition in the Netherlands and the rest of Europe

The perfect combination

We develop solar parks that provide a lot of benefits for the community. Of course by the provision of green energy. We also listen to the local ideas resulting in recreational areas or solar on local schools or universities. Everyone should benefit from our parks.

Experts in engineering

Location development, engineering, planning, finance and construction; we will bring it all together in one package thanks to our very experienced team. In addition we produce and use our own state of the art solar panels.

Long-term experience

In 2006, as one of the early movers, we entered the path of sustainable energy. In the mean time we have developed more than 3,6 GWp of projects worldwide. We will keep on innovating. It is the only way to a green and sustainable future.

Zuidvelde

Together with Ankehaar Solar and TPSolar, Chint Solar is working on the planning of the Zuidvelde solar park.

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Buitenhuizen

Chint Solar is in ongoing discussion with the municipality of Midden-Groningen about the development of a 30 hectares solar park at Buitenhuizen.

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First pile rammed: construction of Solar park Buinerhorn and Solar park Drouwenerzon started

Published on13 April 2022

We have started the construction of Solar park Buinerhorn and Solar park Drouwenerzon in the municipality of Borger-Odoorn in the Netherlands. Together with local developer Roelof Jan Wollerich we symbolically rammed the first pile.

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Start of construction of Zonnepark Vleddermond in the municipality of Stadskanaal

Published on21 March 2022

On location in the municipality of Stadskanaal, Chint Solar and the board of Stichting Gebiedsfonds Stadskanaal have given the official starting signal for the construction of Zonnepark Vleddermond. The more than 36,000 solar panels, with an installed capacity of 20.1 megawatt peak (MWp), can annually provide approximately 6,400 households with sustainable energy.

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