September 12 (Solar) – Spain's autonomous community of Castilla La Mancha has given the go-ahead to a 50-MW photovoltaic (PV) project in Almansa, Albacete province.
The scheme of local firm PHOTOSOLAR MEDINA 4 SL will require EUR 33.5 million (USD 38.8m) in investments, the local government announced on Tuesday.
When completed, the solar facility is expected to reach an annual production of 90 GWh, enough to meet the demand of 36,000 homes.
In Castilla La Mancha there are currently 119 projects under government evaluation, or 2,628 MW of solar power capacity, according to the announcement.
Spain's installed solar power capacity stood at around 7 GW at the end of 2017.
(EUR 1 = USD 1.16)