2,500 MW managed in renewable energies

April 5, 2023

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OHLA’s portfolio includes more than 30 renewable energy projects, both completed and under construction, in Europe, America, and Asia, with a total installed capacity of close to 2,300 MW. This energy would supply approximately 1,000,000 homes per year.

All of this is part of its firm commitment to combat climate change, aiming for carbon neutrality and directing all its efforts towards a circular economy.

In Spain, where it manages close to 1,800 MW, the company has recently been awarded a new photovoltaic project in Castilla la Mancha, in addition to another in Zaragoza and another in the province of Seville. It is also carrying out the design, construction and commissioning of a 130 MW photovoltaic plant in Badajoz (Spain), which will generate more than 240,000 MWh/year of 100% clean energy and will supply electricity to some 70,000 homes, i.e. some 150,000 people.

It has also built solar thermal plants such as Arenales, in Seville (50 MW), Puerto Errado, in Murcia (30 MW), one of the largest built in the world to date, and the Olivares photovoltaic plant (50 MW), in Jaén. In addition, the four photovoltaic plants, currently under construction and located in Cedillo (Cáceres), with an installed capacity of 150 MW, Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), with a capacity of 100 MW, Valladolid, where it will reach 66 MW, and Tarancón (Cuenca), with 100 MW.

In Latin America, where it manages nearly 600 MW, serving a population equivalent of approximately 100,000 people, it owns La Jacinta Solar Photovoltaic Plant (65 MW), located in Uruguay; the Aguascalientes and Perote II Photovoltaic Plants, with 40 and 120 MW, respectively, located in Mexico; and La Huella Photovoltaic Plant (87 MW), Coya Photovoltaic Plant (200 MW) and La Estrella Wind Farm (50 MW), all located in Chile.

Other projects carried out by OHLA include the 20 MW photovoltaic plant in Tucson (Arizona, USA), and Al Mafraq and Empire I photovoltaic plants, each with 65 MW and located in Jordan.