Finca Antigua and its commitment to energy efficiency

Finca Antigua has developed a photovoltaic installation project for self-consumption at its winery in Cuenca.
One of the best options for obtaining electrical energy and a stable supply is the self-consumption photovoltaic installation. An option with excellent results and that provides greater independence in obtaining electricity and reducing the environmental impact, compared to other solutions offered by the market.
Specifically, the solar photovoltaic installation planned for Finca Antigua has an output of 120 kWp, with a solar field consisting of 360 Talesun panels and equipped with Huawei inverters.
This installation will provide more than 20% of the winery’s annual energy needs and will produce more than 178,000 kWh per year. In addition, it will prevent the emission of more than 50 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere per year.
All this thanks to the excellence with which all projects at Finca Antigua are undertaken and the quality of the results in works such as the installation of solar panels, or the use of nanotechnology to save water in the winery.
Once again, Finca Antigua takes a decisive step in its firm commitment to sustainability and care for the environment, adopting measures that give this impetus. Finca Antigua is made up of three large steel, stone and concrete boxes around a water reservoir that supplies the needs of the vineyard, so that, in addition to being a magnificent example of integration into the landscape, it stands out for its efficiency and sustainability in all its processes.

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