Finca Antigua has developed a photovoltaic solar self-consumption installation project at their cellar in Cuenca.
One of the best ways of achieving a stable supply of electric energy is installing photovoltaic solar self-consumption modules. This method yields excellent results and provides a greater level of independence when it comes to getting hold of electricity and reducing the environmental impact of energy production when compared to other solutions offered on the market.
In particular, the photovoltaic solar installation proyected at Finca Antigua has a power of 120 kWp, administered by a solar field comprised by 360 Talesun panels, which are equipped with Huawei investors.
This installation will provide more than 20% of the annual energetic necessities at the cellar and will produce over 178.000 kWh each year. In addition, it will avoid the atmospheric emission of over 50 tons of CO2 every year.
All of this is thanks to the excellence with which all projects are being tackled at Finca Antigua, as well as the quality of the results in works such as the installation of solar panels or the use of nanotechnology to save up in water use at the cellar.
Once again, Finca Antigua goes one step further in their firm bet on sustainability and care for the environment by taking measures which give them that impulse. Finca Antigua is formed by boxes made of steel, stone and cement which surround a large water reservoir used to supply the vineyard’s needs. This makes Finca Antigua stand out by its efficiency and sustainability in all of its processes, as well as establishing it as a magnificent example of integrating and merging human construction with the landscape.