Our client GALP visits Pitarco (62MW), a photovoltaic plant located in Muel that is currently under construction.

Last Friday, the GALP oil company team decided to visit Pitarco. To do this, he traveled to the facilities in Zaragoza with the aim of finding out the state of the photovoltaic park. Construction of the Pitarco solar park began a few months ago. Since then, the different areas of the same, located on an extension of more than 100 hectares of land, have been advancing simultaneously. Construction is expected to evolve at the same rate as today. Thus, its implementation will be effective before the end of the year.  

The visit to Pitarco

If something represents us, it is our alignment with the objectives of each and every one of our clients. One of the main objectives of this client’s case is to become the safest energy company in the world. To this end, as we have been doing on other occasions, we focus on following a policy fully aware of the prevention of risks and accidents in the workplace. During the visit, the management of the Enerland Group together with the GALP team carried out a safe walk through the different areas of the park. Thus, they were able to evaluate each and every one of the risks of the construction phase and the measures applied to prevent them.


The Solar Plant

Once its construction is complete, Pitarco will represent the largest execution of the Enerland Group in Spain to date. Once its start-up is effective, it will produce approximately an average annual energy of 122,603 ​​MWh. This renewable energy is equivalent to the electricity needed for the consumption of more than 29,679 Spanish homes. On the other hand, this photovoltaic execution will prevent the emission of approximately 42,000 tons of CO2 per year into the atmosphere.