Ferrovial to build two solar electricity power plants in Spain

Ferrovial will build two solar photovoltaic plants in Matalabreras in Soria, Spain for Aquila Clean Energy said to have the capacity to supply 30,000 homes.

In line with its commitment to renewable energy, the company will design and build the facilities and provide operation and maintenance services for the first two years.

The company will develop the Trevago I and Trevago II plants on a turnkey basis.

The two facilities will have a combined capacity of 62 MWp (megawatt peak) – 31 MWp each – and will produce a total of 114 GWh/year. The two new solar plants will avoid 29,700 tons of CO2 emissions per year.

Ferrovial will also install two power lines to connect the photovoltaic plants to the nearest substation. Construction and operation of the plants, scheduled for delivery in 2025, are expected to create close to 150 jobs.

Other Ferrovial projects in the renewable energy sector include the turnkey construction (full EPC) of the 50 MW El Berrocal solar plant in Seville, and the 72 MWp Liberty 1 solar plant in Texas.

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