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The first phase of unblocking in spain has launched seven photovoltaic projects in may

The first phase of unblocking in spain has launched seven photovoltaic projects in may

2020-06-02

Spain is one of the countries worst affected by the covid-19 outbreak in Europe, declared a state of emergency on March 14, banning people from going out and closing most shops. The Spanish prime minister pedro sanchez has announced a four-stage return to normally by the end of June. May 4th is the start of the "zero phase", when people can go out and exercise. From May 11th, the first phase of "unsealing" began in areas where the outbreak was relatively mild. With the "unblocking" proceeding in an orderly manner, the Spanish photovoltaic market has also been launched one after another.


According to incomplete statistics, seven photovoltaic mounting projects have been launched in the Spanish market since the beginning of May. Three solar photovoltaic (PV) parks in Toledo, started by Spanish solar company Grupo Solaer, have a total capacity of 15 MWp. Solaria energy and environment recently opened two solar photovoltaic plants in Spain, 26MW Renedo and 24MW Belinchon, and plans to build a 695-megawatt solar complex in the castilla and Leon regions of northern Spain. Enel Green Power is building two new renewable energy projects in Spain, a 50MW photovoltaic Power station, which will involve an investment of 28.2 million euros (us $30.5 million) and will be completed by the end of 2020. It will consist of 128,520 photovoltaic modules and will produce 100GWh of energy per year.


 
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