Represents a total investment of 19 million, distributed among 279 owners
The garden is comprised of 400 solar monitoring structures that house 14,400 solar photovoltaic panels, with a total of 2.44 MWp
With this installation, the orchards are six sites promoted by the company in Navarra, which brought together more than 1,000 owners
ACCIONA has launched the garden solar Castejón (Navarra), the largest photovoltaic installation in Spain (2.44 MWp), comprising 400 teams of electricity belonging to 279 owners. This solar garden represents a total investment of 19 million euros for the owners of the teams that Saturday morning will receive documentation of their facilities. The gardens are
enclosures that collect solar photovoltaic small individually owned, which are optimized management and energy efficiency by sharing common infrastructure and services.
Producers know tomorrow facilities
Holders of installations that make up this garden will visit the site accompanied by representatives of Action to meet their solar fans that make them producers of electricity. The output of each follower network is discharged and billed for each owner separately.
Facilities grouped in this forum as a whole will generate about 4.4 million kilowatt hours per year of clean, renewable electricity production equivalent to the consumption of more than 1,400 homes. This production will prevent the emission of 4307 tonnes of CO2, with an effect equivalent to performing depurative 215,000 trees in the process of photosynthesis.
With this, six are already promoted by ACCIONA Solar orchards in Navarra. Pose a joint power of 10.20 MWp. distributed in 1,673 followers Solar, owned by more than a thousand people .. Prior to Castejón, entered service in the gardens solar Sesma (1.57 MWp), Arguedas I (0.98 MWp), Arguedas II (2.05 MWp), Rada (1.71 MWp) and Cintruénigo (1 46 MWp).
Castejón The garden occupies a plot of land of about 110,000 m2. Each of its 400 supporters has 36 solar panels or photovoltaic modules of monocrystalline silicon, model BP Saturn technology - installed on a structure 50 meters in a square grid.
These structures are programmed to track the sun from east to west according to the different position of the star each day of the year, rotating on an axis with a degree azimuth and inclination of 45 degrees, all designed to optimize the capture of light energy is converted into electricity by photovoltaic cells exist in solar modules.
Followers of Buskil technology, developed by ACCIONA and increase the energy production up 35% compared with conventional fixed.
Huerta solar model with the objective of converting the solar energy investment into something socially accessible. A single type of investment involves 47,000 euros, repayable within a period of approximately 10 years, given the aid and tax benefits and the pay of existing solar PV which the rules.
In addition to reducing costs and increasing efficiency, the grouping of plants in garden plots will improve security, simplify management and technical solutions into viable independent systems, such as monitoring solar, connections to network reliability, mass production of components, development of simulation software for the calculation of annual production or experimentation in the field of generation.
The service provided by ACCIONA includes the management of the orchard plots, including, among other things, billing, management administrative and control of production of each owner, from its headquarters. The owner can know the daily, monthly and yearly from anywhere with Internet access.
Projects over 30 MW
ACCIONA Solar currently has facilities in project implementation and over 30 MWp power, located in Navarre, Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha and the Canary Islands, among other regions.