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Our photovoltaic parks

We are developing three photovoltaic parks across Spain in Badajoz, Cádiz, and Ciudad Real with enough combined output to supply all the homes in the cities of Barcelona and Valencia. Along with other renewable energy generation projects, this will help us become a net zero emissions company by 2050.


Production capacity: 264 MW

Location: Valdecaballeros (Badajoz), Spain

Startup year: 2020


Production capacity: 204 MW

Location: Cádiz, Spain

Startup year: 2023

Find out how photovoltaic solar energy works

Interconnected solar panels capture sunlight and turn it into direct current electricity. Through an inverter, it is then turned into alternating current electricity, which is ultimately fed into the power grid.
Close-up of a solar panel with the sun shining in the background

What are the advantages?

It's a renewable, efficient, affordable, and unlimited energy source, particularly in a country like Spain that enjoys an average of 2,500 to 3,000 hours of sunlight a year. Also, it doesn't produce any CO2.
Aerial view of a solar panel park

How do solar panels work?

They are made out of materials that capture sunlight through an electronic device called an inverter, which converts direct current electricity into alternating, the type which is then fed into the power grid.
Shot of a house with the lights on

Can I request solar energy only?

No, it can't be guaranteed that the energy supplied is strictly solar as there's no exclusive supply line for it. Also, all the electricity that's generated in Spain is fed into the same distribution network.
Detalle de un panel solar