Scheduled for commissioning in the fourth quarter of this year, construction began on the project, located in Ablitas, Navarra across an area of 27,000 hectares, in mid-October. Canadian Solars CS6P-P modules are being used, in combination with fixed trackers from Mecasolar and inverters from Ingecon Sun 500HE.
Overall, 11.05 million kilowatt hours of energy are expected to be generated annually, which should be enough to power around 3,680 homes.
"For our project, we need powerful and reliable solar modules that guarantee high yields for our system. In Canadian Solar we found a partner who convinced us by the modules' high quality, high performance and good value for money," commented Teresa Marticorena, OPDE marketing manager.
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