With a capacity to supply power to around 11,000 homes

The Mina Tó Photovoltaic Plant, in the Bragança district, is already producing and supplying energy to the population and companies. This order, valued at more than 14 million euros, comprises more than 43,000 photovoltaic panels, 93 inverters, three transformer stations and an annual production capacity of 45,000MWh. Located next to the Mogadouro Photovoltaic Power Plant, which was also built by Efacec, the Mina Tó Power Plant reinforces the presence of the Portuguese company in the field of solar photovoltaics in the country.

With the capacity to supply energy to close to 11,000 homes, the plant is installed in an area of 56 hectares. Connection to the national electricity grid took place in November. The use of this renewable energy will avoid the emission of 17 thousand tons of CO2 per year.

Smartenergy and Edisun Power thus chose Efacec to carry out this project again, based on the success of the Mogadouro power plant, with connection to the grid in record time.

Efacec was responsible for the design, procurement, installation and commissioning of the Mina Tó Photovoltaic Power Station and the private 20MVA substation at 30/60kV and 60kV overhead line, which interconnects with the national electricity grid. The plant, with a maximum power of 23.4MWp, can inject up to 18MVA into the grid.

Efacec develops solutions for photovoltaic solar systems, including self-consumption, hybrid systems and large-scale photovoltaic installations, on a turnkey basis, positioning itself as a main player in the engineering areas (EPC) with solar and hydro projects installed in more than 10 countries.