Tentusol eyes FIT-free Spain PV park

Spanish solar developer and consultancy Tentusol has pulled back the curtain on plans to build 250MW of subsidy-free PV capacity in Andalusia, southern Spain, over the next few years.

Sevilla-based Tentusol, which has only built 15MW of capacity since it was founded in 2006, aims to develop the project across five 50MW phases, with the first slated for grid-connection in mid-2015.

The fifth and final phase would be in place by 2017.

The arrays are estimated to cost €276m ($363m) in total and would cover as much as 800 hectares of land near the municipality of Trebujena, south of Sevilla, with the power fed to a nearby substation at El Puerto de Santa Maria.

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