Iberdrola looks for nod for wind-plus-storage, solar projects on Canary Islands
- Iberdrola SA has strategies to develop a 13-MW wind ranch with storage space as well as a 5.5-MW solar park on the Spanish island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands island chain.
The Spanish power utility has actually sent applications for both projects to the Islands' power authority, information on which were introduced in the regional authorities gazette on Wednesday as part of the general public examination procedure.
Iberdrola Renovables Canarias SAU, as the noted marketer, prepares to spend around EUR 15.8 million (USD 17.3 m) in the wind-plus-storage system in the district of Granadilla de Abona in the south of Tenerife.
The El Vallito wind ranch is to have 13.125 MW of mounted capability utilizing 5 Gamesa G114 generators of 2.625 MW each. The project will certainly likewise consist of a 12-MW lithium-ion battery storage space system.
The Tagora solar photovoltaic (PV) project, likewise prepared for Granadilla de Abona, will certainly call for a financial investment of EUR 4.3 million. Iberdrola Renovables Canarias prepares to set up 17,280 Trina Solar TSM-345-PE15H components of 345 Wp and also utilize INGERCON SUN 1640 TL inverters, according to the main gazette.
The Canary Islands directorate general of power has actually welcomed stakeholders to discuss Iberdrola's applications, ecological influence declarations and also requests to state both projects of public interest.
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