The Spanish multinational, Enerland Group, will carry out photovoltaic projects worth more than 30 million dollars in El Salvador, consolidating itself as a benchmark in the photovoltaic sector in the Central American region.
Enerland will carry out photovoltaic projects worth more than 30 million dollars in El Salvador in four photovoltaic parks and it is expected to create more than 200 jobs in the country. Llano Grande I, Llano Grande II, Santa Rosa and Villa Sol will be added to the portfolio of constructions that Enerland has already carried out previously. These projects will add a power of 38.2 MW. In total, they will generate an energy of 87,000 MWh per year. For its execution, more than 63,000 photovoltaic modules will be installed and around 200 direct and indirect jobs will be created. Once it is finished, around a dozen local jobs will be created. This will apply both during the useful life of each project, as well as during the operation and maintenance activities of these projects.
Enerland en Centroamérica
Enerland, present in more than a dozen countries around the world, has been carrying out its activity in El Salvador since 2015. Throughout its history, it has established itself as reference company in Central America where it already has more than 20 projects and 160MW installed. On the other hand, in recent years it has been expanding its markets in the south of the American continent, setting up new subsidiaries in Colombia, where it recently opened its latest plant “Canal del Dique” of 5.6MWp and in Argentina.