The projects will be delivered simultaneously on a turn-key basis through Endesa's smart energy solutions business Endesa X using over 16,000 PV modules. The projects are expected to be completed before the year end.
(Source: Endesa SA, Website PR, Apr., 2021) Contact: Endesa SA, www.endesa.com/en
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The portfolio includes eleven projects being developed in the province of Huelva. Construction is expected to begin in 2022 and operations in 2024. The eleven projects forming this cluster are on six sites in the province of Huelva and together have the capacity to supply sufficient power for roughly 305,000 homes.
EGPE also reports construction of its f30-MW, €18 million solar park in Huelva is underway. (Source: Endesa, Website PR, 8 Mar., 2021) Contact: Endesa Arena Power
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The supply contract awarded to Endesa includes the purchase of 40GWh/year of biomethane from 2023, and up to 220GWh/year from 2030. Endesa currently operates 8 public and 3 private (bio) NGV stations and plans to expand its network to 40 (Bio)NGV stations in France by 2024. (Source: Endesa, PR, PetrolPlaza, 7 Nov., 2020) Contact: Endesa SA, www.endesasa.com
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Endesa was recognized for its commitment and effort in calculating its carbon footprint and compensating for it through the 'Endesa Forest' initiative for the restoration of forests in degraded or burned areas.
The Ministry's Carbon Footprint Register is compiled by the Ministry for Ecological Transition, through the Spanish Climate Change Office (OECC). Companies can register voluntarily, and the register consists of three sections: carbon footprint and commitments to reducing greenhouse gas emissions; CO2 absorption projects; and carbon footprint compensation. The objective of this register is to contribute to the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, to increase absorption by carbon sinks in the Spanish national territory and thus to facilitate compliance with international commitments assumed by Spain relating to climate change.
Endesa has cut its CO2 emissions 66 pct since 2005 and aims for a 70 pct cut by 2030 compared to 2017 emissions levels.
(Source: Endesa SA , 3 June, 2020) Contact: Endesa SA, www.endesasa.com; Spanish Climate Change Office, www.ctc-n.org/about-ctcn/national-designated-entities/spanish-climate-change-office-ministerio-de-agricultura
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The latest project will support parent company Endesa's goal of 10.2GW of installed renewable capacity by 2022.
The company manages over 7176MW of renewable capacity in Spain, mainly hydropower, with the rest comprising wind (2036MW), solar (339MW), mini-hydro (79MW) and other renewable energy sources (14MW). (Source: Enel, PR, 30 April, 2020) Contact: Endesa, Jose Bogas, CEO , Enel Green Power Espana , www.enelgreenpower.com › country-spain
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Endesa currently manages more than 6,975.8 MW of renewable capacity in Spain.
(Source: Endesa, reve, 11 Nov., 2019) Contact: Endesa, Jose Bogas, CEO ,
Enel Green Power Espana , www.enelgreenpower.com › country-spain
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