Abengoa to build PV project for EDP Renovaveis in California


Spanish renewable energy company EDP Renovaveis has tapped fellow Spanish group Abengoa to carry out the engineering, building and implementation of a 30 MW PV project in California.

The Seville-based engineering group will build the project in California's San Bernardino County, where it will supply enough energy to power approximately 5,000 homes when it begins operation this year.

The PV installation further expands Abengoa's growing footprint in the U.S. solar market. The company is currently constructing the 265 MW Mount Signal PV project for AES Solar in California.

The Madrid-based EDP Renovaveis is majority owned by Portuguese energy giant Energias de Portugal (EDP).

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