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BNZ Inaugurates Two Solar Plants in Andalusia, Spain, Totaling 74 MW

BNZ, a renewable energy firm, has inaugurated two photovoltaic plants, Alya (24 MW) and Alamak (50 MW), in Alcalá de los Gazules, Cádiz, Spain. These projects mark BNZ’s first ventures in Spain, with plans to install around 600 MWp of solar capacity in the country by 2026.

The plants are expected to generate over 160 GWh annually. BNZ aims to deploy more than 1.7 GW of solar photovoltaic energy in Southern Europe by 2026.


Construction of the plants involved 560 to 580 direct and indirect jobs and collaboration with 17 local companies.


Inmaculada Olivero, Territorial Delegate of Economy, Finance and European Funds, and Industry, Energy and Mines, emphasized Andalusia’s renewable energy goals. The region aims for 26,000 MW in renewables, with over half already installed. Cádiz province contributes 17% of all renewable generation in Andalusia.

Sustainability initiatives in the project include permeable structures with plant walls for fauna passage, ecological connectivity, and planting native species around the plant. Agrovoltaics, integrating solar energy with agricultural crops, has also been implemented.

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