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Iberdrola starts up its first photovoltaic plant in Teruel

With an installed power of 50 MW, it has generated up to 250 jobs during the construction phase

  • Its capacity is in addition to the almost 500 MW that the company operates in Aragon, where it will promote another 500 green MW in the coming years
  • The project preserves biodiversity and promotes the coexistence of renewable energies and agro-livestock activities through the access of sheep to the photovoltaic installation for the use of pastures

Iberdrola is making progress in its plans to lead the energy transition and the recovery of the economy and employment in Spain. After the construction phase, the company has started up its first photovoltaic plant in the province of Teruel.

Located in the municipality of Azaila, it is made up of 142,740 photovoltaic modules and has an installed power of 50 MW. The photovoltaic installation, which has generated 250 jobs during the construction phase, produces clean energy equivalent to the consumption needs of 24,300 homes per year, in addition to avoiding the emission of some 19,000 tons of CO 2 per year.

With this new project, the company reinforces its commitment to Aragon, where it already operates around 500 MW, most of them renewable, and plans to double in the coming years with the processing of another 500 green MW with projects such as the Peñaflor and Fuendetodos photovoltaic plants. and Escatrón, which have connection access and environmental analysis. Additionally, the company plans to promote the development of wind and photovoltaic projects totaling more than 700 MW in different areas of the community.

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