Spain: EPC contract signed for 300 MW subsidy-free PV plant


Greece-based Metka has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the development of the 300 MW Talasol solar PV farm, in Spain. Metka, a subsidiary of Athens-headquartered Mytilineos, yesterday signed a €192.5 million contract in Athens with Talasol Solar S.L., owned by Ellomay Capital Ltd, to undertake the EPC work for one of Spain’s largest unsubsidized solar PV projects, the so-called Talasol Project. The project will be located in the municipality of Talaván, near Cáceres, in the southern region of Extremadura. Metka said that apart from the EPC work, the scope of the collaboration includes “the ancillary facilities for injecting power into the grid, including a 400 kV step-up substation, the high voltage interconnection line to the point of connection to the grid and performance of two years of operation and maintenance (O&M) services.” The company “hopes the construction will start in the fourth quarter of 2018 and the project duration will be 16 months.”

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