The Tabernas II solar park, the third of a total of four solar parks in the Tinosa Pipeline, has been connected to the grid. With an output of 50 MWp, the plant in the Tabernas desert in Spain generates 100,000 MWh of electricity annually. This is fed into the local grid via the La Serrata substation built by SENS and its Joint Venture partner Aurinka.
The two solar parks La Cabrita (50 MWp) and EGA (30 MWp) have already been completed in recent months. With this, 130 MWp of the planned 180 MWp pipeline are connected to the grid.
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