Solarcentury sells majority stake in 200 MW development in Seville, Spain

British solar developer Solarcentury has sold a majority stake in four large-scale solar farms in Alcalá de Guadaira in the Spanish region of Seville, amounting to 200 MW. Construction is scheduled to begin in Summer 2019 following full financial close of the projects. They are expected to be connected to the grid in 2020. The farms are expected to produce 400,000 MWh per year.
Solarcentury will part own, construct, operate and manage the four 50 MW plants, collectively known as »La Cabrera«, which are named »Cerrado Cabrera«, »El Primo Alemán«, »Hazas de los Sesenta« and »Los Gonzalez.«
Solarcentury Spain, which is headquartered in Valencia, earlier this year announced the creation of 100 engineering and construction jobs in the Extremadura region of Spain, to assist with the construction of its 300 MW »Talayuela« solar farm. The company has a 5 GW pipeline of solar projects under development worldwide including a 500 MW pipeline in the south of Spain, which will be ready to build over the coming years.

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