OPDE group, a Spanish solar project developer, has filed an environmental permit application to build a 50-megawatt solar power plant in Extremadura, in the southern part of the country.
A number of large photovoltaic projects are under development in the southern Spanish region of estremadura.
This "La Fernandina" project is divided into seven parts, and will be used from sheng photoelectric (ETSolar) in 146760 pieces of components of the output power of 340 w and Ingeteam Spain company 28 sets of inverter, and the suppliers of solar tracker is unknown.The investment is expected to be 32.6 million euros.
In the past few months, Spain has had several similar solar projects in the green application process.
All of these projects will generate electricity in the spot market or through private purchase agreements (PPA).
Last December, Spain signed the first private PPA.Britain's Foresight Group announced that it would produce electricity from its 3.9 megawatt solar power project in the mursi subregion, selling it to energya-vm, a Spanish power supplier, for a 10-year PPA.