Bruc as well as Solarpack open up a 100 MW photovoltaic or pv plant in Extremadura

Nov 26, 2020 12:17 PM ET
  • The solar power plant will certainly generate sufficient power for 40,000 residences and also will certainly save 53,000 lots of CO2 emissions a year.
Bruc as well as Solarpack open up a 100 MW photovoltaic or pv plant in Extremadura

Bruc Iberia Energy Investment Partners, a renewable energy mutual fund supervisor, and also Solarpack Corporación Tecnológica (" Solarpack"), a Getxo-based solar photovoltaic (PV) multinational, today opened a 100-MW PV plant in Alvarado-La Risca, Badajoz (Extremadura, Spain).

The new PV plant, which covers an area of 150 hectares, will save 53,000 tons of CO2 exhausts a year as well as will certainly give sufficient energy to provide 40,000 homes. The sale of energy from the plant is backed by a long-term power acquisition arrangement.

Bruc Iberia Energy Partners got the Alvarado plant from Solarpack in November 2019. It was the company's very first financial investment in Spain.

Attending the opening were the head of state of the Junta of Extremadura, Guillermo Fernández Vara; the Junta of Extremadura's sustainability and ecological transition preacher, Olga García García; and also the mayor of Badajoz, Francisco Javier Fragoso.

The head of state of the Junta of Extremadura pointed out that Extremadura is "the area in Spain where it's simplest to create power tasks, which isn't by coincidence but an outcome of legal changes to make it feasible."

Francisco Javier Fragoso, mayor of Badajoz, claimed today was a further action in the city's dedication towards the atmosphere and also lasting growth, within the structure of the "Badajoz se cuida" environment-friendly method.

At the same time, Bruc's chairman, Juan Béjar, stated: "The Alvarado plant is a milestone for the growth of our business, which has become an emerging force in the renewable energy industry."Béjar stated he hoped regulation might smooth the change to non-polluting energies that would certainly be key for the decarbonization of the Spanish economy.

Pablo Burgos, Solarpack general manager, commented: "These 100 MW are an additional turning point in the roadway in the direction of completing our strategic plan. They strengthen our visibility in Extremadura, which is and also will certainly continue to be the scene of one of Solarpack's major bank on lasting development. We value having clients of the stature of Bruc Iberia, which show the top quality of our tasks." This is Solarpack's 5th plant in Extremadura, where it has a total amount of 121 MW, and its eleventh in Spain, where it has an overall installed capability of 295 MW.

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