Multiply Energy has a great portfolio of PV projects in Portugal
With a current portfolio under development of 48 MW, Multiply plans to reach 500 MW in Portugal and 500 MW in Spain in the following 5 years. Multiply business plan projects offers many advantages such as:
- MULTIPLY presents a pipeline with several decentralized system locations instead of all capacity in one location.
- Project sites are located near areas of major and diversified electricity consumption areas where stable economic growth can be expected.
- Lower investment risk with an extremely diversified and local customer base for industrial and municipal PPA’s.
- Potentially lower transmission and grid access costs due to shorter distances to individual customers.
- Lower power losses during transmission.
- Growth options in future storage solutions and or electric vehicle charging on or near site.
Check out our solar PV projects:
Torres Novas - 8.9 MWp
Located in the centre of Portugal, Torres Novas is a 8.9 MWp solar PV project which is already designed and is waiting for approval in the licensing stage.
Sabugal - 10.9 MWp
Located in the north-east of Portugal, Sabugal is a 10.9 MWp solar PV project which is already designed and is waiting for approval in the licensing stage and grid connection to the Sabugal Sub-station
Santarem - 22.5 MWp
Located in the centre of Portugal, Santarem is our largest project under development with 22.5 MWp which is already designed and is waiting for approval in the licensing stage and grid connection to the Vale Figueira Sub-station
Caldeirão - 4.5 MWp
Located in the São Miguel island, in Azores, Portugal, Caldeirão is our first project under development with 4.5 MWp in an island. The project is under designed phase and ready to enter in the licensing stage
...and our innovative Solarwood Project in Africa
SolarWood Good Shepherd Hospital - 0,4 MW
Solarwood is an innovative standarized solution into 4 containers, that provides electricity and thermal energy by combining solar PV system with biomass generation. The first project of this focused-offgrid solution, will be deployed in a rural hospital in Siteki, Eswatini.