The photovoltaic installation will consist of two solar plants of 75 MWp each, totaling a capacity of 150 MWp, spread over around 190 Ha in the municipality of Alcala de los Gazules, province of Cadiz.
The installation will consist of the latest advances in solar technology, with approximately 208,333 polycrystalline silicon photovoltaic modules, occupying a net catchment area of 404,166 sqm. The modules will be mounted on structures with one axis tracking system and the produced direct current will be transformed to alternating current by means of central inverters of 1.5 MW capacity.
The expected specific production is 1,948 kWh/kWp, which translates into an average annual production of 146 GWh, equivalent in Spain to an average annual consumption of 45,062 households.
The energy evacuation will be carried out through 30/220 kV transformers in each plant, and next through an overhead line of 220 kV that will travel a distance of 1.2 km to connect to the common access infrastructure by evacuating the energy in the Gazules 220 kV substation through the renewable existing position.