- Solaria Energia to begin construction of Trillo Project in May 2021
- The 626 MW project to be operational by the end of this year
- On completion, the project to provide clean energy to more than 370,000 homes annually
Spanish solar power company Solaria Energia recently announced that it will begin the construction of its Trillo Project, which it says will be the largest PV complex in Europe, in May 2021. The 626 MW project is expected to be operational by the end of this year. The first stone ceremony will take place on May 7, which will see the presence of Government of Castilla-La Mancha authorities.
It was in 2019 that Solaria won the feasibility access permit for a 450 MW planned Trillo Solar Project (see Spanish Firm Secures Approval For 450 MW Solar Project). However, sometime later, the solar developer went on to secure additional favourable feasibility access permit to expand the installed capacity from 450 MW to 626 MW (see Solaria To Expand 450 MW PV Complex To 626 MW)
Once the project is completed, it will provide clean energy to more than 370,000 homes annually and prevent the emission into the atmosphere of around 250,000 tons of CO2 per year.