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The first, large, free-field solar plant of EKZ Renewables Ltd. was connected to the grid on 24 November. The “Algibicos” solar power plant in southern Spain is situated close to the city of Murcia and will produce somewhat more than 90 GWh of electricity per year. This is equivalent to the annual consumption of more than 20,000 households.
EKZ Renewable's newest and largest wind farm to date in Portugal - PESMA II - has just begun operation. PESMA II will generate approx. 70 GWh of energy per year in the future. This corresponds roughly to the consumption of 17,000 average Swiss households. The plant near Fátima - an hour's drive from Lisbon - could therefore theoretically supply all private households in the town of Dietikon and even some small municipalities with electricity.
EKZ Renewables has expanded its activities in the wind field of Neu Kosenow by acquiring the wind farm Neu Kosenow III from InvestInvent. The plant produces electricity for around 5,000 four-person households.
A formal breaking of the ground represented the beginning of the construction work for the 49.08 photovoltaic project "Algibicos" in the Spanish region of Murcia.
EKZ Renewables Ltd has acquired the «Algibicos» photovoltaic project in the Murcia region of Spain from aventron AG. The 49-megawatt plant is scheduled to begin operation in 2020 and is not receiving state support of any kind, meaning that its power will be sold on the market. By purchasing «Algibicos», EKZ Renewables Ltd is once again betting on the power of the Spanish sun and adding to its portfolio of renewable solar energy.

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