Spain’s RE Feed-in Tariff Attracts U.S. Developers

[] Oregon-based Distributed Solar Power hired Idaho National Laboratories located in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to help prepare the site preparation and technical requirements for power purchase agreements of its solar farms be located in Spain. These solar farms will use concentrated photovoltaic technology. Distributed Solar Power said their small solar farms will range in the size of 200 kW to 500 kW. The solar plants will generate electricity and will be sold under the special feed-in tariff enacted by Spain in May 2004. The company had originally started out by selling small plots of land out of its eBay store to investors who wished to take part but has since decided to pursue the property themselves, according to a new message on their Web site.


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