Plenitude has announced the commencement of construction of Renopool solar park in Badajoz, Spain. 

The solar park is said to become the company’s largest solar project globally with a capacity of 330 Mega Watt peak (MWp) . 

The photovoltaic installation is expected to generate 660 Giga Watt hours (GWh) of energy annually, and feature seven photovoltaic plants and one electric substation near Solana de los Barros.  

This project is being supported by construction companies OHLA, Sacyr, and Sarpel, with its execution being carried out under the turnkey formula.  

The park will feature technologies such as bifacial modules, solar tracking structures, and central inverters. 

The project will be integrated into the national transmission grid through three connection nodes and a high-voltage line that will be constructed and shared with other developers.  

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Construction is expected to be completed in 2025 and anticipated to create new job opportunities.  

Plenitude CEO Stefano Goberti said: “The construction of the Renopool solar park, the largest photovoltaic plant built by Plenitude, confirms our commitment to the Spanish renewable energy sector, where we operate about 400 MW of wind and photovoltaic plants in operation, more than 1,000 MW under construction, and more than 2,000 MW under development.  

“In addition, thanks to our integrated business model, we are also growing in the country’s retail market, with more than 300,000 customers, and we have recently begun to expand our network of electric vehicle charging points in the Iberian Peninsula as well”. 

Plenitude, controlled by Eni, operates in more than 15 countries. 

This comes just after Plenitude revealed the completion of the construction on Ravenna Ponticelle photovoltaic plant and its operational status in February 2024.