Large German-Spanish Solar Power Project Set to Grow

A solar power project in Spain will get even bigger: The Spanish group ACS and German partner Solar Millennium announced that they have begun the second phase of a solar power project near the city of Granada. The companies will invest 260 million euros ($360 million) in Andasol 2, a 195-hectare (480-acre) solar facility that they are calling “the largest solar power plant in the world.” Siemens and several other German firms are providing much of the technology. ACS/Cobra of Spain is handling most of the construction work. Solar Millennium and the Portuguese energy group EDP plan to develop a third power plant in the area.
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