This self-consumption installation divided between roof and ground will be one of the largest in all of Spain with an installed power of 2,416 kWp that will provide Danosa with a % of all its electricity demand. With a total of 4,474 solar panels, the photovoltaic plant will occupy more than 20,000 m2 in the industrial plant and its energy production will exceed 3.4 million kWh per year of renewable energy, which will prevent the emission of more than 35,000 tons of CO2 to the atmosphere in the next 25 years.
The 2.4 MWp photovoltaic installation will prevent the emission of 40,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.
Danosa is a company specializing in comprehensive solutions for sustainable construction and improvement of habitability present in more than 100 countries such as France, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Morocco, Mexico, Colombia or India, among others. Founded in 1964, it is considered one of the leading companies in the Spanish market and sixth in Europe thanks to the manufacture and sale of waterproofing products and systems, insulation (acoustic and thermal), and mortars, both for building and civil works.