Repsol has kicked off producing electricity at its 204MW Sigma PV project in Spain. The company started the generation of power in Andalusia.
According to the company, the Arco 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are under the Sigma scheme. The site is located in Jerez de la Frontera.
The project has been built with an investment of around €150 million.
As per Repsol, “the completion in the coming weeks of the commissioning phase of the five plants, which are already connected to the grid, will enable the production of 430GWh of renewable energy per year.”
In addition, the project was also termed a business investment of strategic interest by the Regional Government of Andalusia.
The project Sigma is expected to contribute to territorial cohesion and the socioeconomic development of the local communities.
The company shared that Sigma is its third solar photovoltaic project in Spain. Earlier, it had the 264MW Valdesolar project in the Extremadura municipality of Valdecaballeros and its 126.6MW Kappa scheme in Manzanares.
In Spain, Repsol has a total installation of 2041MW of wind, solar and hydroelectric power.