GRUPO CLAVIJO IS STARTING A NEW PROJECT WITH A CAPACITY OF 63 Mw IN HONDURAS
The Spanish manufacturer of solar structures and trackers will exceed the installed capacity of 720 Mw.
The Spanish company, Grupo Clavijo, has begun work to install a solar photovoltaic park with a capacity of 63 MWp in Honduras (Aura II), with ISOLUX CORSÁN as the main EPC contractor. This installation will include advanced single-axis trackers and will produce 2,745,000 kWh/kWp, amounting to 82,350,000 kWh per year. As a result of this and once it is in operation, 14,843.33 tons of CO2 emissions will be prevented from entering the atmosphere each year. During the assembly and installation period (estimated at 6 months), it is expected that 150 jobs will be created.
The aim is to carry out the connection to the network in June of this year.
It is the comprehensive service, from pre-design to installation and maintenance, products with high added value and on-time project execution - hallmarks of Grupo Clavijo - that is enabling the Group to reinforce its presence in the Latin American area, where it has already constructed important installations. With this project, the Group will exceed a worldwide installed capacity of 720 Mw.