DIVERXIA INFRASTRUCTURE WILL BUILD A LARGE PHOTOVOLTAIC COMPLEX IN GRANADA WITH A TOTAL POWER OF 150 MW

The Alonso’s Group company dedicated to the promotion of renewable energy projects will build a large photovoltaic complex in Huéneja (Granada) in which it will invest more than 100 million euros. Construction will begin in October and is expected to create more than 180 direct jobs, many of them local. In addition, Diverxia Infrastructure will develop other projects in other parts of Spain and Latin America.
The photovoltaic complex in Huéneja will be connected to the grid in November 2021.
The photovoltaic complex in Huéneja will be connected to the grid in November 2021.

Diverxia Infrastructure, a Alonso’ Group company dedicated to the promotion of renewable energy projects, has just obtained the administrative authorization for the construction of three photovoltaic projects that will make up the Huéneja Photovoltaic Complex (Granada). In particular, the Delegation of the Government of Andalusia in Granada has given the green light to this work, which has also been declared of public utility.

The company will invest more than 100 million euros in the construction of this large photovoltaic complex which, during its construction phase, will create more than 180 direct jobs, many of them local.
This project is scheduled to be connected to the grid in November 2021 and will have a total power of 150 MW, which is equivalent to the annual consumption of 92,000 Spanish households.

The works, in October

Construction work will begin in mid-October, and a new substation and the necessary transmission lines will be built in order to evacuate the energy produced. The company is currently immersed in the process of awarding the works and supplying the main equipment for the plants.

Other projects in progress

In addition to the promotion and construction of this macro complex, Diverxia Infrastructure is working on the promotion of projects with similar characteristics in Malaga, Puertollano, Zaragoza and Cuenca, as well as other large photovoltaic installations in Latin America.