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Iberdrola completes Europe's largest solar plant (and yes, it's subsidy-free)
by John Parnell
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4 January 2020
On 4 January 2020 Greentech Media reported:
Spanish renewable power giant Iberdrola has completed work on what it claims is the largest solar project ever built in Europe. The 500-megawatt Nunez de Balboa facility is now undergoing testing with Spanish grid operator Red Electrica de Espana (REE) and is expected to be in full commercial operation this quarter. Europe's previous largest project was the 300-megawatt Cestas, built by Neoen in the south of France. But the latest record might not stand for long with Iberdrola planning the 590-megawatt Francisco Pizarro project in Spain. Completion is expected in 2022.
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