Photovoltaic Plant

San Serván 400

Mérida, Extremadura / Spain


San Serván 400 is a 150 MW dc PV cluster project located in the town of Arroyo de San Serván in Extremadura, Spain.

The San Serván complex is formed by 3 PV pants of 50MW dc each. San Serván 400 will produce around 300 gigawatt per hour (GWh) of clean energy per year, which is enough to supply around 108,000 homes and avoid the emission of 223,000 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2).

All the projects developed by FRV have the Green Financing Framework qualification, which includes: green bonds, project finance, green loans and any other financial tool applicable to projects, assets or groups of them.

The plants will be fully operational as of the first quarter of 2023, which will contribute to the Long Term Decarbonization Strategy (LTS) promoted by the Spanish government, which sets the path to achieve Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions neutrality in Spain by 2050.


150 MW DC
Peak Power
Mérida, Extremadura / Spain
305 000 MWH/year
Annual production
280 Hectares
223 000 t/year
CO2 Avoided
108 000
Households supplied
Operation date
In operation
Project status