Located in the southeast of the country, in Torre Santa Susanna, the project was undertaken by a consortium led by Deutsche Banks Asset Finance and Leasing Renewable Energy Division. Construction was completed last December, and the installation was grid connected in April.
In total, 32,202 of Sanyos HIT solar modules – fitted to trackers – were used, each with a power output of around 235 watts.
A ceremony was held to mark the official commencement of operations. In addition to representatives of the parties involved, members of the local government attended.
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