“The Rubi solar photovoltaic project is more than 50% complete. Every day, about 5,500 photovoltaic panels are installed in the park. To date, about 130,000 of the 560,880 total panels that will form the plant have been installed.”
Rubi is located in the district of Moquegua in the province of Mariscal Nieto and will be able to generate about 440 GWh a year, equal to the consumption of almost 351,000 Peruvian households. This is the Group’s largest project under construction Peru and will also be the largest solar plant in the country.
“All the people involved participate enthusiastically in the swift progress of this project, which in just a few months will generate its first Megawatt of energy.”
The progress at Rubi isn’t only about construction, but also about innovation. Within the park, an autonomous lighting system was installed for the construction site that allows for the generation of 11.55 KW of energy each day, avoiding the emission of almost 3 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.
The Peruvian plant also recently celebrated the achievement of 500,000 hours without any accidents.
“This success is all thanks to the great commitment of EGP and of all the partners involved. We are incredibly proud of the work that is being carried out.”