Rosseti Engenharia in the construction of the biggest photovoltaic solar park in Europe
Rosseti Engenharia is participating in the construction of the largest photovoltaic project in Europe.
This project, called Francisco Pizarro, consists of a photovoltaic solar park that will have an installed capacity of 590MWp power, providing clean energy to 375 thousand people per year. In this way, the emission of 245,000 tons of CO2 per year will be avoided, which makes this a project of great environmental value.
The construction of the Francisco Pizarro Solar Photovoltaic Park, which is the responsibility of the Spanish company Iberdrola, will start this week and will have approximately one thousand people involved in the construction process.
This solar project will occupy an estimated area of 1300 hectares, in an extension that covers two municipalities in the province of Cáceres (region of Extremadura, Western Spain), namely Torrecillas de la Tiesa and Aldeacentenera.
Rosseti Engenharia’s production director, Rui Martins, said that the participation in this project is “a source of pride” and is result of “the commitment and dedication of all sectors of the company” in it activity:
“It is a great challenge for Rosseti Engenharia participate in this project of enormous dimension, but at the same time it is also an added responsibility that comes from the path we take along renewable energies”.
With 3500MWp of installed power worldwide, Rosseti Engenharia will participate with its experience in this mega solar project that has an investment of more than 300 million euros.