- This partnership underscores the significance of collaboration between energy firms and tech pioneers in tackling the transition to clean energy sources
- The installation project will be divided into four locations in Castilla-La Mancha, Extremadura, and Andalusia
Naturgy and LONGi have partnered to transform Naturgy’s renewable energy projects in Spain. Through this agreement, LONGi will offer one million modules from its Hi-MO 5 series, totaling 574 MWp, for Naturgy’s upcoming solar projects in the country.
The deployment of these state-of-the-art bifacial modules, boasting an impressive 21.3% efficiency rate and incorporating LONGi’s gallium-doped technology, will help optimise power generation and durability in the extreme climate conditions of Spain.
This installation project will be divided into four locations in Castilla-La Mancha, Extremadura, and Andalusia. It will strengthen Naturgy’s commitment to expanding renewable energy in the country.
Jorge Barredo, Managing Director of Renewables, New Business and Innovation at Naturgy, shares that the scale of the agreement reflects Naturgy’s ambitious stance towards renewables. Additionally, he acknowledged LONGi’s technologically advanced modules as a crucial component to compete with traditional power sources in Spain’s photovoltaic sector.
David Sánchez Escarti, LONGi’s General Manager for Spain & Portugal, expressed gratitude for the longstanding partnership with Naturgy since 2018. He highlighted how the remarkable track record of Naturgy in renewables further motivated LONGi to support and expand their cooperation. Escarti emphasized that these new photovoltaic plants would demonstrate the companies’ joint commitment towards business and technological leadership in the industry.
This year, all five projects are set to receive module shipments, further enhancing Naturgy’s expansion in the renewable energy sector and supporting Spain’s commitment to a sustainable energy future.
The partnership between Naturgy and LONGi not only demonstrates the potential for innovation and effectiveness in the solar industry but also underscores the significance of collaboration between energy firms and tech pioneers in tackling the transition to clean energy sources.