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OHLA will build a 124 MW photovoltaic plant in Zaragoza for 30 million

Date: April 19, 2024 Time: 03:12:10

The Spanish construction company OHLA will build a photovoltaic plant in Fuendetodos, Zaragoza. The contract that the construction company has been awarded has a total value of close to 30 million euros and includes the commissioning of a plant in addition to its construction.

This new clean energy project will be based on facilities with a capacity of 124 MW and a total of 190,000 photovoltaic modules installed. This infrastructure will make it possible to generate from Fuendetodos the necessary energy to supply 65,000 homes per year.

In addition, the company has highlighted in a statement the contribution to caring for the environment that a renewable energy project of this magnitude represents. In fact, OHLA has calculated that the construction of the photovoltaic plant will avoid the emission of approximately 120,000 tons of carbon dioxide per year.

Ecological diversity as a priority

The energy produced in the photovoltaic plant will be conducted through a series of 30 kV Medium Voltage (MV) circuits and will be evacuated through a 5,065-meter-long 30 kV underground MV line, channeled through a reinforced trench of concrete up to the 400/30kV collector substation.

The construction of the plant contemplates the integration of various measures for the conservation of the ecological diversity of the ecosystems, paying special attention to the case of the Bonelli’s eagle and other steppe species.

The company defends that the project will also contribute to boosting the economic development of the region, since the photovoltaic installation is expected to generate approximately 300 jobs during the construction phase.

OHLA’s portfolio includes close to 30 renewable energy projects in Europe, America and Asia, which add up to a total installed capacity of close to 1,600 MW, which allows it to supply around 600,000 homes per year.

In Spain, where it manages close to 1,100 MW, the company was recently awarded the contract to build a 100 MW photovoltaic plant in Zaragoza, two photovoltaic plants in Seville with a combined capacity of 87 MW, a 130 MW photovoltaic plant in Badajoz and a in Merida of 100 MW. At the same time, it is advancing in the execution of four projects that, together, add up to nearly 800 MW.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
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