The photovoltaic installation will consist of two solar plants of 50 MWp each, totaling a capacity of 100 MWp. It will be located in the province of Cadiz and will be built on an area of approximately 230 Ha.
The installation will consist of the most advanced solar technology, with 280,000 polycrystalline silicon photovoltaic modules that will occupy a net catchment area of 544,000 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 central inverters of 2.5 MW capacity.
The expected specific production is 2,042 kWh/kWp, to obtain an average annual production of 204 GWh, equivalent to an average annual consumption in Spain of 63,963 households.
The energy evacuation will be carried out through a 30/220 kV elevator transformer located in a high voltage substation common to both plants. The common substation will have a collector/elevator configuration. A 220 kV high voltage line will connect this common substation with another 220 kV collector substation. Next, it will connect to the new renewable position of the planned substation of the transport grid through a common line of the same voltage.