GES has started the construction of the PV plant Kambul, located in the Yucatán Peninsula. The plant will have a total installed capacity of 38MWp.
The team at the site has started civil works for the access of the plant, the site compound, storage, roads, and ditches, as well as some of the mechanical works (drilling piles and metallic structure assembly for the panels).
GES is in charge of the complete EPC of the plant, including the evacuation of electrical infrastructures. This infrastructure includes the setup substation 34 K/115 Kv, a 115 kV overhead transmission line of 1,37 km length and a new bay to be erected at the Kambul CFE substation.
The construction of the plant should end in December this year, as the project is scheduled to be executed in eight months.
Kambul will be the first PV plant constructs in Mexico, after more than a decade in the country, where the Spanish multinational is a benchmark for the wind industry, thanks to the 1,1GW already constructed.