A ten-year PPA for 50 MW Spanish project
- Dutch solar designer Sonnedix will provide Norwegian renewables business Statkraft with about 100 GWh of eco-friendly electricity yearly from 2021 to 2031. The electrical power will be created by a solar plant prepared in Badajoz. Sonnedix likewise announced the purchase of 4.6 MW more Spanish solar capacity.
Dutch solar designer Sonnedix has actually secured a 10-year power purchase arrangement from Norwegian renewables firm Statkraft. A 50 MW Sonnedix solar plant prepared in Badajoz, southern west Spain, will provide around 100 GWh of green power yearly from next year to 2031.
The deal is Sonnedix' very first for an unsubsidized job in Spain. Statkraft has authorized numerous such power supply deals in the country, including one with Audax Renovables which will certainly see the Spanish energy take an annual 525 GWh of power over 10.5 years.
Sonnedix also revealed yesterday it had actually gotten 4.6 MW of Spanish solar generation ability across five plants commissioned in between 2008 as well as 2011 in Zaragoza, Ciudad Real, Murcia, Huesca and also Andalusia. Those deals complied with the enhancement of 38 MW of Spanish job ability by the developer at the end of in 2019.
The Dutch company asserts to have complete capability of more than 1.8 GW around the world as well as greater than 200 PV plants in the eight markets in which it operates: Italy, France, Spain, Chile, South Africa, Japan, the UNITED STATE and Puerto Rico. Existing in Spain since 2010, Sonnedix states it has more than 250 MW of solar tasks in operation or unfinished in the country.
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