Engie to install 12.6 MWp of on-site solar for DuPont in Spain – Renewables Now

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Energy solutions provider Engie Espana, part of French utility group Engie SA (EPA:ENGI), will build a 12.62-MWp solar self-consumption plant for US chemicals giant DuPont (NYSE:DD) within its complex in the Spanish region of Asturias.

The project is underpinned by a power purchase agreement (PPA) that will see DuPont procure electricity from the on-site solar farm, Engie Espana said on Thursday.

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Under the agreement, Engie will design, invest in, build, operate, and maintain the ground-mounted arrays. The plant will feature more than 22,000 solar panels, equipped with DuPont’s Tedlar PVF film.

The project will create the largest solar self-consumption facility in Asturias, according to Engie. The plant is expected to become operational in the first quarter of 2025, enabling DuPont to cover around 25% of its electricity consumption at the Asturias complex.

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