- Enertis Applus+ has provided engineering and technical advisory services for Aleph Capital, an investment fund manager focused exclusively on renewable energy projects.
- The company has carried out the engineering of the 30 MWp photovoltaic plant, the substation, and the overhead-underground interconnection line.
- Enertis Applus+ also acted as technical advisor during the EPC bid selection process.
Madrid, November 2nd, 2022- Enertis Applus+, a global consulting, engineering, and quality control firm, with extensive expertise in the renewable energy and storage sectors, has provided its engineering services for Aleph Capital’s PF ICTIO Alcántara Solar PV plant, located in the Extremadura region (Spain).
Within the framework of this collaboration with Aleph Capital, an investment fund manager focused exclusively on investment in renewable energy projects, Enertis Applus+ has carried out the engineering for the 30 MWp photovoltaic plant project, the substation, and the 45 kV double-circuit, overhead-underground interconnection line.
Enertis Applus+ also defined and drafted the technical specifications of the main elements of the photovoltaic plant, the substation, and the interconnection line. These services aim at ensuring that the photovoltaic installation meets high-quality standards and that it obtains the necessary administrative authorizations.
In addition, the company has provided key technical advice in the preparation and management of the selection process of bids submitted by Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) companies for the development of the PV plant, the substation, and the interconnection line. As part of the selection process, Enertis Applus+ has carried out a comprehensive analysis and technical evaluation of the bids under the EPC model.
Pablo Filgueira, Head of Engineering and Construction Management at Enertis Applus+, commented: “We would like to thank Aleph Capital, a very important client for us, for their confidence in our team and the quality of our work. Within the framework of our collaboration, which has been going on for five years now, we have contributed our knowledge and experience by supporting them throughout all phases of PV projects, from initial stages to the Ready to Build phase.”