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Iberdrola begins construction on its first photovoltaic plant in Aragon

Christian Fernsby |
Iberdrola is moving forward with the process of leading the energy transition in Spain with the start of construction on its first photovoltaic plant in Aragon, with 50 MW of installed power, located in the municipality of Azaila, in Teruel province.

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The photovoltaic plant, consisting of 142,740 monocrystalline silicon cell photovoltaic modules with a fixed support structure, will generate up to 140 jobs during the peak of the construction phase.

Once operational, it will produce enough clean energy for a population equivalent to 24,290 homes/year, in addition to avoiding the emission of some 19,000 tons of CO2 per year.

It is scheduled to be become operational by the end of 2020.

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