The Almere Solar Microgrid Project is a smart grid project located in Zuyderzon Almere Solar Plant, Flevoland, Netherlands. The project was commissioned in 2019.


The Almere Solar Microgrid Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is a microgrid, renewable integration project with a rated capacity of 34MW. It is implemented in the renewable energy generator.

The smart grid project is owned by PFALZSOLAR.

The Almere Solar Microgrid Project has the following equipment associated with it:

– Solar Power Supply
– Solar PV Panels

Almere Solar Microgrid Project development status

The commissioning of Almere Solar Microgrid Project was completed in 2019.

Additional information

– The project significantly contributes to Almere’s ambition to achieve climate neutrality by 2022.
– It was granted to Zuyderzon BV, a combination of HVC and Sunwatt.
– PFALZSOLAR is the developer of the solar park.
Alfen facilitated the development, production, installation, connection and commissioning of a microgrid and the connection with the central electricity grid for solar park Zuyderzon in Almere, the Netherlands.
– Alfen has supplied nine special 800-Volt PV transformer substations for solar power.
– Zuyderzon Almere covers an area of around 25 hectares and is therefore almost as big as 50 football fields with a capacity to supply over 9,000 households with electricity.

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