Castile and León has come the frontal runner in the green energy race thanks to Iberdrola’s first photovoltaic factory

Castile and León has come the frontal runner in the green energy race thanks to Iberdrola’s first photovoltaic factory

Work is starting in Burgos to install further than photovoltaic panels for the design, which has a significant original element and will employ 250 people
.The 50 MW Revilla-Valljera factory in Burgos will produce enough clean energy to supply a population fellow to homes/ time
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Iberdrola’s investment plan in Castile and León will lead to the installation of MW of green power in the coming times to help fight climate change and produce jobs and wealth in the region
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Iberdrola has started assembling further than panels-each with 345 Wp-in Castile and León’s first- ever photovoltaic design. The installation will cement the company’s leadership in renewables in this region, where it’s formerly operating further than MW, making this the independent region where the company has installed the most’ green’megawatts.

The 50-MW Revilla-Vallejera factory will be erected in the Burgos megacity of the same name, Villamedianilla and Velljera, and will produce enough clean energy to supply a population fellow to homes/ time. What is further, it’ll avoid emigrations of tonnes of CO2 per time with an investment of 32 million euros.

This factory will have a significant original element, serving original suppliers and, at peak times during the construction process, employing up to 250 workers, until it’s commissioned in 2022. As well as copping and installing the panels, an underground power line will be laid to carry the power generated by the factory and the evacuation motor substation will be extended.

CASTILE AND LEÓN, EPICENTRE OF RENEWABLE DEVELOPMENTS
. This design is farther substantiation of Iberdrola’s commitment to Castile and León, which is formerly a leading renewable development centre in the company’s investment cycle to 2025.
Iberdrola’s photovoltaic portfolio in the region will be completed by the further than MW it has in the channel, distributed, as well as in Burgos (Ballestas), in Salamanca (Villarino), Segovia (Otero) and Palencia (Velilla).

In the fiefdom of Burgos alone, the company has lately erected and developed further than 550 MW in systems like the Herrara II wind ranch, with the most important wind turbines ever installed in Spain (63 MW); Ballestas and Casetona (69 MW), Fuenteblanca (10 MW), Buniel (114 MW), Valdemoro (50 MW), Iglesias (94 MW) and Alcocero de Mola (102 MW), and two cold-blooded photovoltaic shops in the pipeine in Ballestas and Casetona (69 MW).

Settlers IN THE ENERGY TRANSITION
Iberdrola’s investment plan in Castile and León foresees the installation of MW of green product in the coming times, progressing with its sustainability strategy grounded on titillating the frugality and fighting climate change while creating wealth and jobs in the communities where it operates.

The company is a leader in green, sustainable backing, with35.8 million euros and is the global leader in green bond emigrations. Its CO2 emigrations as of September have been reduced to 53 g/ kWh and it maintains its thing of getting an emigration-neutral company by 2030 in Europe.

In the last two decades, the company has invested 120 billion euros in renewable powers, smart grids and energy storehouse. An investment plan to 2030 worth 150 billion euros will triple its renewable capacity to nearly MW.