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Project commissioned – 40,56 kWp at Integra 2

ReCap Iberica is proud to announce the commissioning of another project. The system installed at client Integra 2 started operation on the 11th this May.

Aiming for a more linear production, the panels were installed at E-W orientation. The system consists of 104 Trina Solar 390Wp half-cell and SolarEdge inverters.

Installation works – 62,40 kWp Viticultores de Barros

ReCap Ibérica is working on the installation of the 62,40 kWp PV system for  wine makers Viticultores de Barros in Badajos, Spain. Once commissioned the system shall deliver around 75.000 kWh per year and avoid over 32 tons of CO2 emissions for the client. The system is expected to start functioning before the end of this month.

 

77,2 kWp project commissioned – Porcinas Chajema

This project in Aliseda, Spain is made up of 198 units of Trina Solar 390 Wp panels, east-west positioned for a linear generation throughout the day. Solar Edge inverters and optimizers were also used. The system shall provide more than 116.000 kWh per year of clean energy and lower Client’s emissions in over 51 tons of CO2 per year.

Porcinas Chajema will enjoy the benefits of solar energy without any investments, procurement, operation, or maintenance concerns from its side. The Client keeps the focus on its business, ReCap takes care of the solar.

Starting the installation works at Integra 2

ReCap Ibérica has started the installation of the 40,6 kWp solar system at Integra 2, a transportation and logistics company in the Spanish region of Extremadura.

The system is expected to provide over 60.251 kWh per year, around 60% of the client’s energy demand.

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111,3 kWp project commissioned – Maven e Hijos

A total of 111,3 kWp was commissioned in 5 units of Spanish car dealer Maven e Hijos. In this project we used a total of 365 Longi Mono PERC 305W and Solar Edge inverters and optimizers. The system shall provide more than 190.000 kWh of clean energy and lower the client’s emissions in over 83 tons of CO2 per year.

Maven e Hijos will enjoy the benefits and cost reductions of solar energy without any investments from its side. The Client keeps the focus on its business, ReCap takes care of the solar.

Kicking off with the installation works at Porcinas Chajema – Grupo Victor Goméz

ReCap Ibérica has started the installation of the 77 kWp solar generator at Porcinas Chajema.

The generator is made up of 200 Trina 385W half-cell and 17kw + 50 kw SolarEdge inverters.

Once it is ready, the generator will provide around 56% of the client’s energy demand.

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Hilton Garden Inn, Bogotá – 163,2 kWp

Hotel Hilton Garden Inn Bogotá signed with ReCap Colombia a contract for a 163,2 kWp solar system. Without any investment from its side, the hotel will benefit from clean energy 15% cheaper than grid prices, supplied by the solar system.

The system will generate 27% of the hotel’s electricity needs and it is expected to produce over 219.605 kWh per year, reducing the Client’s emissions in more than 85 tons of CO2 per year.

Hilton Garden Inn offers its guests extensive business services and modern facilities and is located just 6 minutes from El Dorado International Airport. Hilton Hotels & Resorts is a global brand of 586 full-service hotels and resorts all over the world.

Piedras Ornamentales Extremeñas – 100,6 kWp

With an installed capacity of 100,6 kWp, the granite supplier will benefit from a 10 % savings for the energy provided by the system. Besides energy costs reduction, Client’s emissions are expected to lower more than 67 tons of CO2 per year.

Piedras Ornamentales Extremeñas is a supplier of granite for construction and artifacts, specialized in the “Gris Quintana” variety. Signing a 15 years energy service contract with ReCap, the company will obtain almost half of its electricity need from solar energy without any investments from its side.

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239 kWp contracted in the region of Valencia, Spain

ReCap celebrates the signing of a new contract in the Valencian Community. On this occasion, with an important company in the plastic sector, and a reference business in the region.

With this new installation, more than 200 tons of CO2 will be avoided annually and will allow more than 356,000 kWh to be produced for self-consumption.

Solar energy for food retail cooperative Sediaco

Without any investment from its side, Sediaco will benefit from 17 % savings for the energy provided by ReCap’s PV system. Besides the savings the Client shall have an emission reduction of over 21 tons of CO2 per year.

Sediaco is a food retail cooperative from the region of Extremadura, Spain. The company has a strong commitment to surrounding communities and to apply best practice principles in its operations.