Seville, Spain [RenewableEnergyWorld.com] Iberdrola Ingenieria has won a contract to build a 2.3-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) energy plant in Ecija, in the Spanish province of Seville. The facility, located on a 10-hectare [24.7-acre] site, could begin production this summer.
The €15 million [US $23.1 million] project will consist of 25 photovoltaic panels mounted on fixed structures, and will employ two differnt types of PV technology. The project was financed by the Marin Group.
Last year Iberdrola Ingeniería won contracts from non-Iberdrola clients worth a total of some €223.5 million [US $344.45 million]. This business area, along with electricity grids and conventional power stations, is a part of the firm’s 2008-2010 growth strategy, according to Iberdrola.