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Abusierra

  • Conceptual and structural design of the plant focused on the minimization of shadows and energy losses due to energy transport.
  • Solar tracker with 2 axes of 20 kWp.
  • Remote monitoring, control and management system.
  • Internal communications by means of optical fiber and external communications via satellite.
  • Development of connectivity project and PV plant software with government aid (Technology Plan).
  • Study of R+D+i in artificial intelligence with the University of Deusto with European Funds.
  • Security systems with remote video surveillance and passive anti-theft systems.

For all of the aforementioned, and taking into account the renewable energy landscape at the start date of the project – at the beginning of 2004 the solar PV energy boom had not exploded and few engineering companies bet on the research and implementation of this type of technology – this project was one of the first of its kind, a pioneer and reference for attributing engineering and technology to the development of photovoltaic energy.

This recognition is endorsed by the multitude of visits to Abusierra from foreign countries: Germany, France, Portugal, Italy, Venezuela, and numerous initiatives from the rest of Spain. This project set the scene and inspired other initiatives that came after and are currently underway.

Abusierra

LOCATION: Falces, Navarra, Spain
PEAK POWER: 2MWp
NOMINAL POWER: 1.59 MW
TECHNOLOGY: 2-axis tracking, free-standing 1 angle

  • Conceptual and structural design of the plant focused on the minimization of shadows and energy losses due to energy transport.
  • Solar tracker with 2 axes of 20 kWp.
  • Remote monitoring, control and management system.
  • Internal communications by means of optical fiber and external communications via satellite.
  • Development of connectivity project and PV plant software with government aid (Technology Plan).
  • Study of R+D+i in artificial intelligence with the University of Deusto with European Funds.
  • Security systems with remote video surveillance and passive anti-theft systems.

For all of the aforementioned, and taking into account the renewable energy landscape at the start date of the project – at the beginning of 2004 the solar PV energy boom had not exploded and few engineering companies bet on the research and implementation of this type of technology – this project was one of the first of its kind, a pioneer and reference for attributing engineering and technology to the development of photovoltaic energy.

This recognition is endorsed by the multitude of visits to Abusierra from foreign countries: Germany, France, Portugal, Italy, Venezuela, and numerous initiatives from the rest of Spain. This project set the scene and inspired other initiatives that came after and are currently underway.

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