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This plant is located in the town of Escatrón (Zaragoza, Spain). It will generate annually the electricity to provide power to more than 12500 homes. Last June, we completed the commissioning and testing with REE of the photovoltaic solar plant Desafío Solar. Located in the region of Escatron, Zaragoza, this project has been built on […]

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We have been awarded a new supply contract for 6 new photovoltaic plants in the province of Toledo (Spain) for a total power of 27 MVA. The total supply will be of six PV Stations 4500, all of which include two of our PV2250 inverters integrated in 40 feet containers . This is our first […]

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The certificate was issued by CERE (Certification Entity for Renewable Energies) and shows that the PV 3X series inverters meet all the requirements for connection to the grid as set out in the Norma Técnica de Supervisión (NTS) in accordance with EU Regulation 2016/631. The NTS is the previous step to the publication of the […]

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With a total power of 45.386 MWac, Zafra PV Plant has been commissioned recently in Sevilla. According to the emission factors published by the Spanish Office of Climate Change (OECC), it will avoid the emission of 40,000 tons of CO2 per year into the atmosphere. Zafra is our third project in Spain utilizing our prefabricated […]

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With a capacity of 50MW, this project has been commissioned recently in Puerto Real (Cadiz). Miramundo is part of the agreement formalized last year with the same client for the supply of solar photovoltaic stations for five plants in Spain. With a total of 250 MW, 150 MW were awarded by the Government of Spain […]

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Last December, we completed the commissioning and performance acceptance test for La Fernandina photovoltaic solar plant in Merida, Spain. The plant is Gamesa Electric’s first large solar project in Spain and will prevent the emission of around 40,000 tons/year of CO2 into the atmosphere. This is also the first of the three contracts that we […]

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Taking care of the planet together with our families Last Sunday we celebrated the First Environmental Improvement Day at Gamesa Electric Reinosa. A group of more than 40 people -company employees and their families- planted more than 200 trees with the guidance of Barbara and Carmen from Asociacion Cultura y Natura (ACUNA). Native species such […]

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The project “Desafio Solar”, in Escatron (Zaragoza, Spain), has a total capacity of 49,98 MWp. It will help to generate the electricity equivalent to the average consumption of 12,000 homes. Gamesa Electric has signed a new contract for the supply of equipment for the “Desafio Solar” project, located in Escatron (Zaragoza, Spain). For this project, […]

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Gamesa Electric will supply PV 2500 solar inverters  for the photovoltaic plant Gamonarejo 36, located in Posadas (Córdoba, Spain). This plant will have a power of 44.95 MWac and will cover an area of ​​125 hectares. In total, the photovoltaic generator field will add a peak power of 49.96 MWp. The technology used is solar […]

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As renewable technology is becoming cheaper and cheaper, it is increasing greatly its penetration in the electrical systems of the countries. Hence it is key to try to reduce the intermittency/variability of these renewable energy sources. Hybrid projects that combine wind energy, photovoltaic solar energy and/or other renewable energy sources with energy storage are becoming […]

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Our colleague Maria Fernandez Cerrato, Head of EH&S in our plant in Reinosa, participated in this professional forum organized by the Association of Superior Technicians in Occupational Risk Prevention of Cantabria and the Cantabrian Institute for Health and Safety at Work (ICASST), detailing our processes for the implementation of LO-TO programs. On the last 16th […]

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María Fernández Cerrato, Head of EH&S in our plant in Reinosa, participated in this professional forum organized by the Association of Superior Technicians in Occupational Risk Prevention of Cantabria and the Cantabrian Institute for Health & Safety at Work (ICASST), detailing our processes of implementation of LO-TO programs. On the last 16th of May, Gamesa […]

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