The “Virgen de la Oliva” photovoltaic project, executed for the Ejea de Los Caballeros cooperative, in the province of Zaragoza, has finished its construction.


The Virgen de la Oliva project ends. The Cooperativa Virgen de la Oliva located on the Carretera de Tudela in the town of Ejea de los Caballeros, has the most modern technology in its installations. Starting today, the cooperative will have a new photovoltaic plant through which it will produce renewable energy for self-consumption by its own facilities.

This new photovoltaic plant will allow the cooperative to considerably increase its energy efficiency. On the one hand, the production of renewable energy will allow them to control their consumption. On the other, it will significantly reduce the cost of your electricity bill. As an added value, our client will increase its environmental efficiency since this installation emits tons of polluting gases into the atmosphere.


The photovoltaic installation of the Cooperativa Virgen de la Oliva

To carry out this project, an agreement was signed under the EPC or “turnkey” service modality. Through it, Enerland was in charge of carrying out the execution and construction project. In addition, he also took charge of the construction management and facultative management.

This small photovoltaic park has been built on a 90m2 extension of rustic land, attached to the cooperative’s facilities. After three months of construction, the Virgen de la Oliva project has been completed and its commissioning started.

Taking into account the technical data, 2,700 solar panels have been installed for the construction of the project. Regarding the structure, it has been chosen fixed with an inclination of 35º. In addition, the installation of eight inverters has also been necessary.

Along with this, there are already three of our photovoltaic parks destined for self-consumption in Spain.

We hope that more and more industries are becoming aware of the benefits of solar energy! Together we work for a better future.

Finaliza el proyecto Virgen de la Oliva