Spain's Huntec to develop 370 MWp of PV projects in Mexico
Solar modules near garden. Featured Image: Jim Parkin/Shutterstock.com
Spanish energy company Huntec announced on Monday it has signed contracts for the construction of two solar plants with a combined capacity of 370 MWp in Mexico.
The photovoltaic (PV) plants were secured through Huntec's local subsidiary. The value of the investment was not disclosed in the press release. Details on the projects are available in the table below.
Capacity in MWp DC
Sao Luis Potosi
Scheduled to commence operations on May 2018, the PV schemes should break ground by the end of this month. Together they are expected to generate enough power to meet the annual demand of 500,000 local homes and offset around 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) peer year, Huntec said.