More than 125 MW of “Huerta Solar” PV Plants Have Already Been Contracted in Spain

[SolarPlaza] The “Huerta Solar” represents by far the most important solar energy market segment in Spain. Many more new initiatives are under development that will further strengthen Spanish market growth. A “Huerta Solar” is the Spanish term for solar farm and is a grid-connected solar power plant based on several subsystems, each with their own investor. These subsystems are usually ground-based one or two axis tracking devices that generate up to 40% more energy than fixed systems. The electricity is sold to the energy utility company for the attractive feed-in tariff guaranteed by Spanish law for 25 years.

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