Enerland connects the first photovoltaic park in El Salvador. After months of execution, we present the Grupo Arquero Solar Project.


Enerland arrives in Central America with large projects in its portfolio and an ambitious expansion plan. Today we present our first milestone in the country: the Spanish company connects the first photovoltaic park in El Salvador . This park will be the first installed on the ground and has a horizontal one-axis tracker structure.

After several months of execution, on March 10, the Grupo solar project Arquero began its implementation. Since then, the photovoltaic plant has connected a power of 1,438.2 kWp to the electricity grid.

2015 looks like a great year for Enerland. After creating the first subsidiary in El Salvador, the company has been awarded 6 more projects under the “turnkey” modality. Throughout this exercise, everyone will be connected and generating sustainable energy for the electricity grid. We celebrate these achievements and hope to continue working for the development of the country’s energy transition.

First photovoltaic park in El Salvador connected by Enerland


Enerland in Central America

The Spanish company is deeply rooted in Central America. It was in 2012 when Enerland decided to bet on this market. After years of successfully operating and executing photovoltaic plants in Mexico, this year it decided to create its new subsidiary in El Salvador. Since then, the company has positioned itself as a leader in photovoltaic generation plants in the country since it has more than 80% of the market share.

Looking to the future, Enerland by the end of 2015 will have 7 operational photovoltaic plants in El Salvador and a total of 9 in Central America. We look forward to continuing to grow across the continent and contribute to the development of solar renewable energy throughout the world.

We work for the future and for a sustainable life.