In both plants, Efacec was responsible for the design, procurement, installation and commissioning of the plants. In Mogadouro, associated with a private 42MVA substation at 30/60kV and a 60kV overhead line, which interconnects with the national grid, with a maximum power of 49MWp, it can inject up to 42MVA into the grid. While at Mina Tó there is a private substation of 18MVA at 30/60kV and a 60kV overhead line, which interconnects with the national grid. The plant, with a maximum power of 23.4MWp, can inject up to 18MVA into the grid.
In both projects, a decentralized solution was implemented, developed in accordance with the new regulations for connecting generators to the European Union networks.
Efacec develops solutions for solar photovoltaic systems, including self-consumption, hybrid systems and large-scale photovoltaic installations on a turnkey basis, positioning itself as a major player in the energy sector, with around 400 MW installed worldwide and around 200 MW in O&M.
It operates as a supplier of solutions and integrated systems, in EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) and O&M (Operations & Maintenance) services partner, and is present in strategic markets such as Europe, the United States, Latin America, Asia, Middle East, Maghreb and Sub-Saharan Africa.