Photovoltaics from Sunrock supplies solar power to Delta Development’s flagship property in Dorsten

In Dorsten, North Rhine-Westphalia, Delta Development is establishing a future-oriented logistics center for the denim pioneer and globally renowned clothing company Levi Strauss & Co. Sunrock is contributing to the property’s ambitious sustainability concept. Thanks to Sunrocks’ photovoltaic system, including battery storage and an intelligent energy management system, the building is supplied with climate-neutral energy.
A total of 8,264 solar panels will be installed so that a maximum output of 3.45 megawatt peak (MWp) can be achieved – this roughly corresponds to the needs of almost a thousand households. By generating and using electricity from renewable energy sources, around 1,322 tons of CO2 can be saved annually.
Sunrock’s energy storage system is state-of-the-art and can store excess electricity during sunny months. A state-of-the-art battery system is due to be installed in April 2024. It will enable the generation, use and control of the green electricity produced using smart technology. The system will provide 1,000 kWh of capacity – enough to charge the battery of a Tesla Model S a whopping 13 times.
Edwin Meijerink, CEO of Delta Development: “Our new distribution center is certainly a lighthouse project in Germany and we are very pleased with the work of our partners Delta Development and Sunrock. Thanks to their understanding of the market and the regulatory framework for photovoltaics in Germany, we were able to stablish a long-term and trust based partnership. Together we show that logistics properties like these are gradually becoming the model of the future and thus the standard.”

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