Gomà-Camps is committed to self-consumption thanks to the agreement with Recap Energy who will finance the project. The 5 MWp photovoltaic installation will help to avoid the emission of almost 87,500 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.


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One of the largest self-consumption facilities in Spain.

This self-consumption installation divided between roof and ground will provide Gomà-Camps with 25% of all its electricity demand. The photovoltaic plant will occupy more than 45,000 m2 in the industrial plant and its energy production will exceed 8 million kWh of solar energy per year.

With this 5 MWp facility located at its headquarters in Zaragoza, Gomà-Camps will prevent the emission of more than 87.000 tons of CO2.

About Gomà-Camps

Gomà-camps is a family business group dedicated to the manufacture, transformation and sale of tissue paper and other related solutions. For more than 260 years, they have opted for the quality and diversity of their products, following a commitment to constant innovation and respect for the environment. Its vision is to contribute to the collective challenge of improving the world by innovating and offering everyday hygiene solutions that take care of people and the planet.