Endesa gets enviro nod for 50-MW PV project in Spain
- Spanish utility Endesa SA (BME: ELE) has actually been granted a good environmental impact statement (EIS) for a 49.98-MWp solar project in Spain's independent neighborhood of Extremadura
According to a note published in the area's main gazette, the Ardila photovoltaic (PV) plant project is being developed by Endesa's subsidiary Furatena Solar Uno SLU.
Situated in the municipality of Fregenal de la Sierra, Badajoz district, the solar system will cover a little over 142 hectares (351 acres). The solar park will certainly use an overall of 126,160 PV modules.
Just recently, via its renewables department Enel Green Power Espana (EGPE), Endesa attached to the grid 186 MW of solar farms in the nation, of which 100 MW in Seville and also the 86-MW La Vega solar farm complex in Malaga.
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