At the end of 2019, CEMOSA started the work of construction supervision of the Photovoltaic Plant of Andévalo (Huelva), as well as the substation.

For these works, CEMOSA makes use of tools such as drones, obtaining an aerial perspective of the plant, in this case, in order to supervise the civil works.

The installation, whose extension reaches 150 hectares, will have 147,000 modules of 350 W. This photovoltaic plant will have an installed capacity of 50 MW.

It is expected to be operational within the year, providing clean energy to more than 40,000 households and avoiding the emission of 100,000 tons of CO2 annually.

CEMOSA participates as Property Engineering in this plant, included in the FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT awarded by IBERDROLA RENOVABLES.

Drone flight for the civil works supervision

CEMOSA’s worker setting the drone