Antas to find a multi-million euro solar power plant

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Installation of a solar power plant to build the Fadessa Golf Course

One of the largest solar power plants in Andalusia is to be built in Antas municipality. The project is being funded by Inelsa, an Italian company owned by Indesa. A 6 106 million grant is being invested in the site, which is called ‘Andrea’.

Public information on the upcoming solar power plant has been released. Environmental Impact and Public Unity Statement was released, the latter detailing the forced eviction of more than 200 farms and 100 landlords.

The installation will be located in Lababona area and will generate 250 MW. The La Ribina substation will have three additional units to convert power from the Filabres, Perejiles wind farms and the La Rambla and La Tranco solar plants.

A large part of the factory will be built by Martinsa Fadessa in the future. Naranjas Jimenez, Transport Company J

For the past two years, investing in the Antas, Tabarnas and surrounding solar factories has been a break, but now the money is flowing again. With renewable energy pressures, with the help of carbon offsets in Europe, existing structures are being strengthened. More new projects are being funded in Brussels under the heading ‘Next Generation’ throughout the province.

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