Spain's Alter Enersun wraps up work on 137 MWp of solar farms at home

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December 13 (Renewables Now) - Spanish solar projects developer Alter Enersun said that it has finalised construction works on 136.67 MWp of solar farms located in Spain’s western region of Extremadura.

The capacity corresponds to the company's 50.83-MWp Caceres 2020, the 53.01-MWp Caceres 2021 and the 32.83-MWp Caceres 2023 solar farms, which are nearly finished. Alter Enersun said it is still working on the final details and expects to start the commissioning process after December 22.

All three plants are situated in the city of Caceres, the capital of the namesake province.

Alter Enersun invested close to EUR 100 million (USD 112.9m) in the three projects. The plants stand to bring an additional EUR 17 million to local coffers during 35 years of operational life, according to the firm.

The total production output from the trio is estimated at over 252,400 MWh per year.

Alter Enersun will enter the new year with 186 MWp of new utility-scale solar farms and 16 MWp of PV self-consumption schemes installed over the course of 2021, it added.

(EUR 1.0 = USD 1.129)

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