Sonnedix Powers Up 50MW Spanish Solar


               Sonnedix has achieved commercial operations at its 50MW Sonnedix Los Frailes solar farm in Spain. The project, which is located in Badajoz in southwest of Spain, spans 111 hectares of land and connects to the Vaguadas substation. It is expected to produce approximately 102GWh per year, which is the equivalent to powering more than 30,000 homes with clean electricity and avoiding approximately 16,000 tons of carbon dioxide. Sonnedix Los Frailes was built with Mytilineos as the main EPC Contractor and developed by Viridi RE group in collaboration with Sonnedix’s development team. Sonnedix said it has over 1GW of capacity in Spain, including over 600MW operational, 60MW under construction and a development pipeline of almost 400MW. Sonnedix chief executive officer Axel Thiemann said: “Seeing this come to fruition is wonderful, especially knowing the challenges our team had to go through these past couple of years with the pandemic, supply chain concerns, and economic uncertainty. “Our team was able to deal with adversity to continue our commitment to the Spanish market, whose role in the energy transition is remarkable.”






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