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Alter Enersun completes 262-MWp solar complex construction in Spain

Spanish solar energy developer Alter Enersun has finalised the construction of its 262-MWp La LUZ solar photovoltaic complex in Huelva province, southern Spain, assembling a total of eight plants.

The complex, consisting of the LUZ I, II, III, IV, V, VI VII and VIII solar farms, is awaiting the installation of the high-voltage line and the substation before it can be connected to the grid, Alter Enersun said.

Once fully operational, the EUR-160.5-million (USD 174.1m) facility will be capable of generating approximately 537 GWh of electricity per year, the company said of its “the most complex” project so far.

Alter Enersun is currently developing the Puerto La Luz solar project in Huelva, which will have a capacity of up to 200 MW and the ability to generate 360 GWh to power a green hydrogen plant in the region. This project is part of Alter Enersun’s partnership with Spanish oil-and-gas group Cepsa and renewable gases company Enagas Renovable, who have joined forces to build infrastructure for the Andalusian Green Hydrogen Valley.

Other Alter Enersun’s initiatives that will serve Andalusia’s emerging green hydrogen industry in the Port of Huelva are the 450-MW Villanueva de los Castillejos Solar I solar development and a 100-MW wind project called Villanueva de los Castillejos Eolico I.


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