Sando Construcción will construct a self-consumption photovoltaic installation for RENFE, for 7.2 million euros through the UTE Solar Talleres. A project aimed at achieving energy efficiency that will allow cost savings while contributing to protecting the environment.
The scope of the work includes the drafting of the project, and the supply and installation of a solar photovoltaic system for self-consumption on the roofs of the BMI (Bases de Mantenimiento Integral – Integral Maintenace Bases) of RENFE of: Fuencarral, Santa Catalina and Villaverde in Madrid and La Sagra in Toledo.
The total power planned to be installed will be 7,380 KWP, equivalent to the power required to supply 1,500 homes. The photovoltaic installation will be achieved using 12,000 electrically connected modules of 550 Wp, which are connected to 70 inverters and convert the direct current generated by the photovoltaic modules into alternating current.
The contract includes testing and reinforcement services for the load-bearing roofs, if necessary, with the installation of the “lifelines” required for the execution and operation of the facility, as well as monitoring and maintenance during the first two years of operation.
Specialised energy efficiency solutions
With this project, Sando continues to legitimise its position as a strategic ally of public and private organisations for the development of solutions that favour energy efficiency, contributing to the decarbonisation of the economy and the 2030 Agenda through SDG 7: “Affordable and clean energy” y el SDG 13: “Climate Action”.
Sando is committed to offering its customers sustainable energy solutions of the highest quality and has a team specialising in conservation, maintenance, refurbishment, restoration and rehabilitation, with more than 15 years of experience and 1GW built.