- The aim of the projects is to reduce energy consumption and the carbon footprint through small-power photovoltaic installations in sewage plants in towns with less than 20,000 inhabitants
The Regional Entity for Wastewater Sanitation and Treatment in Murcia, ESAMUR, has received the installation works for photovoltaic plants designed and executed by Cadagua at the Moratalla, Calasparra, Abanilla, Fortuna and Alguazas WWTPs.
The aim of the projects is to reduce energy consumption and the carbon footprint through small-power photovoltaic installations in sewage plants in towns with less than 20,000 inhabitants. The expected annual savings will range from 35% to 40%.
The plants are made up of photovoltaic panels made of monocrystalline silicon with 72 cells with a power of 370 W and inverters of different nominal powers according to the characteristics of each installation.
All plants are equipped with power optimizers to improve production performance, optimize power production of each module and provide maximum flexibility to the design and operation of the plant, which translates into a shorter amortization on the investment of the project.
ESAMUR, once again, has relied on the experience and good work of Cadagua for another project focused on modernization of its treatment facilities, for its contribution to the sustainability and the fight against climate change of these infrastructures.