Sunday, March 26, 2023

Greenergy receives close to 500 MW in environmental permits for photovoltaic plants in Spain

Grenergy has received positive environmental impact declarations (DIA) for three photovoltaic plants in Spain, which add up to a total of 472 MW, the company reported today to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV).

These projects are Tabernas (Almería) with 250 MW, with an annual production of 466.6 GWh; José Cabrera (Guadalajara), with 50 MW and 90.5 GWh annual production, and Ayora (Valencia), with 172 MW and 327.3 GWh. These permits, with which the listed company that produces renewable energy and specializes in the development, construction and management of photovoltaic, wind and storage projects, already has environmental approval from the Administration, a support in the achievement of the listed objectives represents. The company has set our market for 2023 and 2024.

Its growth also strengthens Spain’s weight within the European portfolio, which the company expects to double from the current 25% to 45% by 2025. The listed company currently has a portfolio of projects in development of 11.4 GW, which represents growth. 5.1 GW in the last year.

It has also set a storage target for the first time, where it intends to reach 1 GWh between operations and construction to be achieved in that period. Commitment to sustainability. These projects are part of the listed company’s sustainability strategy, committed to geographical diversification to generate wealth across the region, with utmost respect for promoting local economies where they are located, as they are strategic It is formally located in three autonomous communities: Andalusia, Castilla La Mancha and the Valencian Community.

The three projects receiving environmental permits will mean the entry of more renewable energy into the Spanish energy mix, generate clean energy for around 89,000 homes, prevent the emission of 328,113 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere and produce a total of 884.4 GWh per year. The year.

According to Greenergy CEO, David Ruiz de Andres, “These permits represent support for the strategic objectives we have set for the market in Spain and confirm the company’s commitment to the environment and the protection of ecosystems Where we manufacture our renewable energy facilities.

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