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Don Rodrigo

Don Rodrigo has a total capacity of 175 MWp and an annual output of 300 GWh, which is equivalent to the annual consumption of approximately 93,000 average Spanish households.

More than 500,000 Astronergy and GCL polycrystalline modules with maximum efficiency of 17.6% have been installed. Cables with a total length of 3,000 kilometers have been run.

Europe's first subsidy-free utility-scale solar project
175 MWp of installed capacity
300 GWh of annual output

local case study

España

Don Rodrigo

Don Rodrigo has a total capacity of 175 MWp and an annual output of 300 GWh, which is equivalent to the annual consumption of approximately 93,000 average Spanish households.

More than 500,000 Astronergy and GCL polycrystalline modules with maximum efficiency of 17.6% have been installed. Cables with a total length of 3,000 kilometers have been run.

Europe's first subsidy-free utility-scale solar project
175 MWp of installed capacity
300 GWh of annual output

Project Location

Technical Information

Project TypeGround-mounted PV installation in Seville, Spain
Total output175 MWp
StructuresAstronergy and GCL
ModulesPolycrystalline
InvertersHUAWEI String inverters SUN2000-60/100 KTL
Mounting SystemHigh quality solar mounting system manufactured by Zimmermann PV Stahlbau GmbH & Co. KG
Output300 GWh/a year
Business areaTurnkey construction, operations management

Local Commitment

As part of our local commitment our team of experts gave an advanced traininf to unemployed people from the local community  – electricians, construction workers, or even unexperienced – .

The training was highly appreciated and supported by local communities and once completed most of the participants joined the construction team. 

Biodiversity measures

More than 3km of hedgerows were planted to improve the landscape. No fungicides were used during operation on the site, which will become an eco-pasture, with the panels raised high enough for sheep to graze underneath the solar modules.

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