Spain's Núñez de Balboa solar plant could give clean, renewable energy to 250,000 people

The Núñez de Balboa solar plant will supply energy to over a quarter of a million people. Image: REUTERS/Santiago Ferrero

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Spain’s latest megaproject, Núñez de Balboa solar plant, covers 10 square kilometres. Image: Iberdrola

New project like Núñez de Balboa solar plant in Spain are adding to the overall installed capacity of solar energy projects Image: Statista


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