It consists of three photovoltaic plants, named Castiblanco Solar, Valdecaballero Solar and Navalvillar Solar, located in Casas de Don Pedro and Talarrubias municipalities (Badajoz). Their capacity is 42.9 MWp each, totaling a combined capacity of 128.7 MWp and an area of 310 Ha.
The installation consists of the latest photovoltaic technology based on 378,000 polycrystalline silicon modules of 340 Wp which occupies a net catchment area of 734.000 sqm, with one axis tracking system and 3 MVA core inverters capacity.
Expected specific production is 2,016 kWh/kWp, which translates into an average annual production of 259.5 GWh, equivalent to an average annual consumption in Spain of 109,000 households.
Energy evacuation is carried out through a new 30 kV/220 kV collector/ elevator substation, which collects the charges of the three photovoltaic installations. It connects to the 400 kV Valdecaballeros substation through a 220 kV high voltage overhead line and the existing Mesa de Copa substation infrastructures located in Logrosan (Badajoz).
These proyects, acquired by Enel Green Power, are connected to the grid since Q4 2019.