On December 10, the laying ceremony of the last photovoltaic module of the Núñez de Balboa Plant in Usagre (Badajoz, Spain) took place, completing the installation of the 1,430,820 modules which are part of the largest plant under construction in Europe. This photovoltaic plant has an installed capacity of 500 MW and whose extension reaches 1,000 hectares.

The event was attended by the Project Manager and the Construction Manager, as well as the whole technical team of CEMOSA and EIFFAGE involved in the work.

In this way, the mechanic assembly of the plant is finished, giving way to electric assembly and subsequent commissioning. After that, this photovoltaic plant will be able to produce around 832 GWh per year, providing clean energy to 250,000 people and avoiding the emission of 215,000 tons of CO2 annually.

Moreover, CEMOSA has been awarded by IBERDROLA RENOVABLES of the framework agreement for the implementation of the PROPERTY ENGINEERING in the new construction of photovoltaic plants throughout the Spanish territory until December 2022.

Within this Agreement, CEMOSA currently performs the Property Engineering in the following photovoltaic plants:

  • Photovoltaic plant at Andévalo (Huelva), whose installed capacity reaches 50 MW
  • Photovoltaic plant at Campo Arañuelo I-II (Cáceres), whose installed capacity reaches at the 50+50 MW.

From left to right: Jorge Santa Bárbara, Project Manager from IBERDROLA, Rafael García Rocha, Director of National Construction of IBERDROLA, Antonio Martín Aparici, Site Manager of IBERDROLA, and Juan José Graña, Project Manager of CEMOSA.


Aerial view