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China’s Three Gorges Buys 619 MW Of PV In Spain

Three Gorges (CTG) has reached an agreement to acquire a portfolio of 619 megawatts (MW) of photovoltaic assets from Nexwell Power in what is its largest transaction to date in Spain in terms of capacity, according to market sources quoted today by the newspaper Expansión. Details of the price have not yet been disclosed, but sources suggest that the value of the deal is in excess of EUR 200 million.CTG…

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Austrian Verbund Buys Photovoltaic Assets In Spain From Q Energy For €1 billion

The Austrian utility has been the winner of the large bid organised by the Spanish renewable energy fund Q Energy. The firm has acquired a platform with 82 MW in operation and more than 4 GW under development, valued at over 1 billion euros, in one of the most important renewable energy deals of the year in Spain. The assets are located mainly in Castilla La Mancha and Andalusia. Of…

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Photovoltaics, The Queen Of Renewable Energies In Spain Over The Next Ten Years

Intermoney | No beating around the bush. The generation of energy through photovoltaic technology is one of the keys to Spain’s economic recovery. at the beginning of 2020, before the arrival of COVID-19, more than 59,000 people were working in photovoltaic. 59,000 people were working in photovoltaics, including direct and indirect jobs, with a direct contribution to GDP of 0.24%, and these figures are expected to increase over the next ten years, making our country an international photovoltaic hub.

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China Three Gorges Interested In X-Elio Photovoltaic Assets To Enter The Spanish Market

The state-owned company China Three Gorges could be negotiating the purchase of X-Elio’s photovoltaic assets in Spain. These total 640 MW of installed capacity in operation, under construction or in a developing phase, includes the acquisition of 13 photovoltaic plants. According to sources close to the company, the operation could be worth around 500 M. €, which could include the debt related to these project. The operation could be one of China’s few acquisitions in Europe this year, Bloomberg said.