Elecnor has over many years built up a solid store of engineering and technical know-how in the field of power generation. This know-how has gained expression in a number of exceptional projects that have highlighted the company's ability to draw maximum yields and performance from the energy sources in our environs.
The company's activities in this field run the gamut from turn-key projects to operation and maintenance, turning it into a synonym for excellence the world over.
Elecnor started operations in Australia in 2014, breaking into the solar market under Elecnor Australia. Since then we have consistently been a market leader, consolidating ourselves as a leading provider of EPC solutions for major solar projects in the NEM and have diversified our product offering to include major Wind farms and Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS).
Elecnor Australia has a proud history of building the most cutting-edge solutions for Renewable Energies in Australia in Solar, Wind and BESS.
Elecnor has developed its own proprietary style of designing and building large photovoltaic facilities that has become the reference standard in the Spanish market.
The experience and trailblazing expertise of its photovoltaic subsidiary Atersa have, moreover, made Elecnor into one of the companies with the largest production capabilities for all the equipment and components for all solar power system designs encompassing both off-grid and grid-connected PV systems. Visit Atersa Shop's website for pointers and advice, and the full range of products is available on its online shop.
Elecnor has completed more than 60 photovoltaic power projects that are in operation around the globe, with over 1 GW of installed power.
Elecnor also has the financial and technical wherewithal needed to be able to design, supply, build, commission, operate, and maintain solar thermoelectric power stations using cylindrical parabolic collector technology. This is borne out by its construction of three thermoelectric power stations rated at 50 MW each, two in Alcázar de San Juan (Ciudad Real) and one in Badajoz.