Cadmos Energías Renovables launches 6.2 MW solar park


The park is the biggest installation yet by Cadmos Energías Renovables and is expected to produce 6.2 megawatts (MW) of electricity, or enough to power 2,200 homes and potentially cut greenhouse emissions of 3,800 tons per year. The park covers 32 hectares.

Cadmos, project developer and engineering and procuring contractor, worked with Immodo Income Sol as the main subcontractor for the installation of the facilities. Dutch bank Triodos Bank was the final investor. Investment in the project totalled €25 million.

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Cadmos are currently developing a photovoltaic installation in Seville worth 1.5 MW and two in Cadiz worth 3.6 and 1.8 MW. All three employ tracking technology.

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