Under a turnkey contract signed, the company will be responsible for supplying and installing all the photovoltaic equipment, and the plants maintenance and operation.
Construction is scheduled to be completed over two stages. The first will see 2.8 MWp installed by December, while the second will involve the remaining 3.8 MWp being installed in the last quarter of 2012. Work will begin this month.
A spokesperson for Martifer told pv magazine that the project will receive a feed-in tariff according to Spains 2012 regulations. While they would not divulge the investment sum, they did say that it will be operated by an unnamed, International investment group.
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