Juwi project gets green signal from Spanish environment ministry

The ministry of environmental affairs of Spain has cleared plans for a solar photovoltaic project to be undertaken by German renewable energy company Juwi.

The 450-megawatt-peak will come up at Mula in the Murcia region, Spain. The project would be spread out over 1,088 hectares. According to a report the project will require €450 million ($500 million) for completion and more funding from Juwi would be required for completing the project.

The project now awaits administrative authorization and project approval from Spain’s ministry of industry.

The final approvals for the project are expected by the end of 2016.

Ajith Kumar S

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