The Lieberose Photovoltaic Energy Park is a 53 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic power plant in Lieberose, Brandenburg, Germany. The solar park with 700,000 solar panels which went fully on line in October 2009, is the world's third-largest, and will supply electricity for 15,000 households a year while reducing the use of pollution-generating fossil fuels. The Lieberose Solar Park cost $238-million and is operated by the Juwi Group, which has a 20-year contract on the land.

Lieberose Solar Power Plant: an ecological and economic lighthouse project for the protection of climate and nature

The photovoltaic power plant on the former exercise terrain for troops, Lieberose, to the north of Cottbus (Brandenburg) is the largest solar power plant in Germany since 20 August 2009. With the joint assembly of the 560 000 solar modules the Federal Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee, commissioned by the Federal Government for the new Federal states, as well as the Minister-President of Brandenburg Matthias Platzeck made this plant to be the largest photovoltaic park in Germany. In Turnow-Preilack, the juwi Group – project developers for regenerative power plants – together with First Solar – manufacturers of advanced thin-layer modules – are currently realising a photovoltaic power plant with an output of 53 MW on an area of 162 ha that is to be fully connected to the grid by the end of this year. Solarserver hereby presents the second largest photovoltaic plant worldwide and Germany’s No. 1 as Solar System of the Month October 2009.