The park will have a capacity of 754 MW and will install more than 2.3 million photovoltaic solar panels.
The HUNTEC company through its subsidiary HUNTEC MEXICO has started its participation in the construction of the largest solar park in America. The photovoltaic plant, located 20 km west of the Mexican city of Torreón (Coahuila state), with an installed power of 754 MW and will become a worldwide reference in terms of size and power.
The solar plant will be built on an area of 5750 Ha and 2,355,570 polycrystalline photovoltaic modules of 320 Wp will be installed, with a combined installed capacity of 754 MW. The project is scheduled to fully operational by the end of 2018 and will generate enough electricity to supply the equivalent of 1 million households and it will avoid the emission into the atmosphere of 2 million tons of CO2 per year.
HUNTEC will be in charge of the topography services on site and will carry out the follow up of land movements, topographic services in the roads and drainage works execution, trenching, foundations of transformation substations, fencing, structure assembly, etc.
Additionally, the company from Albacete, a specialist in electrical installations and renewable energy, will carry out civil works of low voltage trenches, installation and supply of pipes, cable laying and connection and installation of the earthing network.
"Participation in the construction of this plant positions HUNTEC as an undisputed player in the Mexican photovoltaic landscape. The reliability, experience and know-how acquired by HUNTEC in the works all over the world have been decisive factors for our client to choose us for the construction of a project of this magnitude, "says Juan José Moreno Sánchez, Chief Executive Officer of HUNTEC.