Construction launch of plant part of 100MW complex in Seville sees Enel Green Power España add its name to operators resuming work after partial lockdown easing of 13 April.
Spain’s self-styled largest utility will 'step up decarbonisation efforts' after coal-fired power plant assets take ~€1.87 billion impairment hit in 2019.
Energy firm takes the floor at closing COP25 summit to announce plans for 1.7GW-plus ‘megaproject’ in Teruel, featuring PV (1.5GW), wind (139MW) and storage (160MW).
Enel Green Power España, Spanish power firm Endesa's renewable energy division, has begun construction of three solar PV plants with an overall capacity of around 126.8MW in the Province of Badajoz, in the Spanish region of Extremadura.
Spanish energy company Endesa, a subsidiary of utility Enel, has announced plans to invest US$68.8 million for the construction of a 84.9MW PV project set to be developed in Totana, Spain.
Solar won 720GWh of the 12,430GWh of power on offer from the Chile National Energy Commission, but wind dominated.
Spanish utility Endesa has purchased 410GWh of solar energy in its latest solar auction for Spain and Portugal, which comes to the equivalent of 681MW capacity.