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lasol Builds Its First Photovoltaic Plant in the Canary Islands


Iasol has built its first photovoltaic plant in the Canary Islands, which has been developed jointly with Iberdrola and Energy Projects and Investment Capital.


The start-up of the Llanos Pelaos III photovoltaic park on the island of Fuerteventura, owned by Iberdrola, has 7 MW and will supply energy to 4,000 homes, which is equivalent, for example, to a town like Valle del Gran Rey in La Gomera.


With an investment of more than 7 million euros, the installation is made up of 12,700 modules, which are capable of following the path of the sun, producing renewable electricity with which it will prevent the emission into the atmosphere of 7,000 tons of CO2 per year.


According to Salvador Fernández, manager of Iasol Canarias, "the substitution of fossil fuels for electrical energy generated locally by photovoltaic panels allows, in addition to an environmental benefit, ensuring the energy supply of thousands of homes".

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