EXPERTS IN MAJOR PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS

We build and operate some of the largest solar installations on the planet

PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR ENERGY

Our commitment to sustainable development through the photovoltaic sector is carried out through the construction of more than 30 large photovoltaic plants around the world to date, owned by either ACCIONA itself or by customers, with a combined capacity of more than 2 GWp.

Our vocation for innovation has made us pioneers in the installation of large photovoltaic plants with capacities greater than 1 MW. In 2001, we built the largest photovoltaic plant in Spain (Tudela, Navarre) at that time (1.2 MWp). Since then, the company has continued to ramp up research into photovoltaic technology and the construction of flagship plants in Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Chile, the Dominican Republic, South Africa, Egypt, Ukraine and the United States.

In addition to the construction and operation of large plants, we also offer photovoltaic self-consumption solutions to companies, institutions, businesses and individuals.

 

More information about our solar photovoltaic activity is available on the ACCIONA Energía website.

We use sunlight to produce the energy with which we’re fighting the climate emergency, leading the transition towards a low-carbon economy.

in figures

2.081

INSTALLED CAPACITY MWP

2.960

GWH PRODUCED IN 2022

+20

LARGE PLANTS

Featured projects of solar photovoltaic

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EXPERTS IN MAJOR PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS

We were pioneers in 2001, when we built the largest photovoltaic plant in Spain at that time (1.2 MWp) in Tudela (Navarra). Since then, we have installed some of the largest plants on the planet.

BENEFITS OF PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY

Electricity generated through solar photovoltaic panels is inexhaustible and clean, contributing to sustainable development in three different areas: economic, social, and environmental.

EXPERIENCE

Solar-powered irrigation: a new partnership between farming and the Sun

ACCIONA Energía has installed the world’s biggest irrigation system to be powered by a solar plant without batteries in Montesusin (Aragon, Spain).

Solar panels on the water

We are used to seeing solar panels on the roofs of houses or on large expanses of land, but not on reservoirs.