From pv magazine Spain
Amazon has announced 24 new renewable energy projects in Spain with a combined capacity of 794 MW, including 19 off-site installations and five rooftop solar arrays on its buildings.
The new installations will raise Amazon's renewables capacity in Spain to more than 2.3 GW, with a total of 67 wind and solar projects in the country, including 37 large-scale installations and 30 rooftop projects.
Amazon is launching several new off-site projects in Spain, including two wind farms in Castilla y León and 17 solar plants. The solar plants will be spread across various regions, with six in Castilla–La Mancha, four in Castilla y León, four in Valencia, and three in Andalusia, Aragón, and Extremadura.
Amazon said it reaffirmed its position as the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy in Spain through the new investments. However, it did not offer more detailed information about the projects or their expected startup times.
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