Photovoltaic

Grupotec begins the construction of the photovoltaic plant in the Almería Desert

It is a project hosted at the last auction of the Spanish administration and developed by the company itself. The project is GRUPOTEC’s first investment within the framework of a growth plan that plans to build 500 MW in Spain in the next three years. After closing the financing of the project and obtaining all …

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Successful commissioning of Pilkington Solar Farm (2.3 MWp) in United Kingdom

Following the signing of the EPC contract at the end of February 2019, there was a double challenge to deliver the plant on schedule. On the one hand, import and install the main equipment before the end of March, since an eventual Brexit would have greatly complicated operations from the European Union. And on the …

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A successful conclusion to the Pilkington Solar Farm (2.3 MWp) launch in the United Kingdom

Upon the signing of the EPC contract at the end of February 2019, it was doubly challenging to deliver the plant within the projected timeline. For one thing, importing and installing the main equipment before the end of March, as in the event of a finalized Brexit, it would be very complicated to run the …

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Grupotec begins construction of the largest photovoltaic plant in Africa

Grupotec begins the construction of one of the largest photovoltaic plants on the African continent. The 100 MW plant, located in the Kenyan city of Eldoret, is part of the country’s drive to update its electricity grid and drive the shift to renewable energy in the fight against climate change. The installation consists of 293,100 …

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Financing closed with Bankia of a 50MW photovoltaic solar plant

Above left to right: Javier Bonell (Valencia Companies Director), Olallo Villoldo (Grupotec President), Carlos Aguilera (Valencian and Murcia Companies Business Director). Below left to right: César Moreyra (Grupotec Vice President), Miquel Sanchis (Valencia Companies Manager). GRUPOTEC has formalized with BANKIA the financing for the construction, commissioning and operation of a photovoltaic solar plant located in …

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Grupotec builds 80 MW in Kenya financed by the European Investment Bank and the FMO

The two solar plants near the city of Eldoret, pictured, in northwestern Kenya. Source: Shadychiri, Wikimedia Commons The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Dutch development bank FMO have agreed to finance the construction and operation of two solar plants in Kenya with a combined capacity of 80MW. The two banks will contribute $ 53 …

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GRUPOTEC participates in the 4th Forum on Energy and Sustainable Development

On October 22, the 4th ENERGY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FORUM took place at the Valencia Chamber of Commerce. Under the title “Towards an Energy Transition. Present and Future of Self-consumption ”Grupotec, together with Iberdrola, Banco Sabadell and Entoria Energy, offered their vision of the current state of reality regarding photovoltaic solar energy for self-consumption. Jose …

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Grupotec connects its 92 megawatts photovoltaic to the grid

GRUPOTEC has connected the 92 MW awarded in the 2017 renewables auction on time. The call established the deadline for connecting the projects on January 1, 2020 Through this milestone, GRUPOTEC becomes the first company in all of Spain that has managed to connect 100% of the power that was awarded before the end of …

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