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Jülich solar power station

Germany

The only one of its kind anywhere in the world, a unique solar power station with a planned output of 1.5 megawatts went on-grid in Jülich (near Aachen, Germany) at the end of 2008. To be sure of staying on schedule with the 60 m tall in-situ concrete core even in poor weather conditions, contractors Ed. Züblin AG used Doka guided climbing formwork Xclimb 60.

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Jülich solar power station
Jülich solar power station
Jülich solar power station

Project data

Year of completion
2009
Project duration
3 Months
Country
Germany
Address
Im Langenbroich 24
Postcode
52428
Town or city
Jülich
Contractors
Ed. Züblin AG
Structure
Thermal power station
Type of structure
Industrial structures

Shaft / core

Construction method
Straight
Structure height
60 m
Height of casting sections
4.50 m
Number of casting sections
13
Cycle time
7 -day cycle