Mexico achieves a new record installing 43,000 solar panels in a single day in an amazing project carried out by ACCIONA

Mexico breaks world record, 43 thousand solar panels in a single day and one million in two months in ACCIONA project

ENERGIA LIMPIA XXI. Solar energy in Mexico continues to shine and reach new heights. The prestigious firm ACCIONA has managed to set the standard with the Puerto Libertad photovoltaic plant, which has two records: the assembly of more than one million solar panels in just two months and 43,080 were installed in a single day. In this way, it surpasses the also impressive record of 18,990 panels in a single day implemented by the firm Enel Green Power in a solar project in Chihuahua.

This new 405MWp power project is already in commercial operation, with an annual electricity production equivalent to the consumption of 583,000 homes and eliminating the emission into the atmosphere of more than 925,000 tons of CO2. According to the specialized publication Energía Limpia XXI, Mexico has a favorable potential to generate solar energy and to date it has 69 large-scale solar plants, positioning itself among the world leaders in the sector.

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Mexico breaks world record, 43 thousand solar panels in a single day and one million in two months in ACCIONA project

GO ECO GREEN21 / CLEAN ENERGY XXI. Solar energy in Mexico continues to shine and reach new heights. The prestigious firm ACCIONA has managed to set the standard with the Puerto Libertad photovoltaic plant, which has two records: the assembly of more than one million solar panels in just two months and 43,080 were installed in a single day. In this way, it surpasses the also impressive record of 18,990 panels in a single day implemented by the firm Enel Green Power in a solar project in Chihuahua.

This new 405MWp power project is already in commercial operation, with an annual electricity production equivalent to the consumption of 583,000 homes and eliminating the emission into the atmosphere of more than 925,000 tons of CO2. According to the specialized publication…

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