Lenzing has unveiled plans for a photovoltaic plant in Austria on around 55,000 square meters, set to become the largest ground-mounted photovoltaic plant in Upper Austria. With approximately 16,000 modules, the plant will generate nearly 5,500 megawatt-hours per year, which corresponds to the average annual electricity demand of more than 1,700 households. This scale is unique in Upper Austria, the company claims. The project is part of Lenzing’s “global energy concept,” which aims to provide electricity from 100 percent renewable sources, reduce CO2 intensity by 50 percent by 2030 and become globally climate neutral in 2050.