Amazon announces three renewable energy projects in Spain and the US

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“These three projects will begin construction in both the US and Spain. The first will be a solar farm in Sevilla, Spain, and it will provide 149 megawatts of “new renewable capacity” to the region. Amazon says this project will be the company’s first “large-scale” renewable energy effort in the country.

The next two projects will also be solar farms, but they’ll be built in Lee County, Illinois and Northern Virginia. Combined, their renewable energy capacity will add up to 180 megawatts, and Amazon says they’ll generate about 400,000 megawatt-hours of clean energy every year.”

“Together, all of these projects could produce enough energy to power ‘more than 67,000 homes’; or 700,000 megawatt-hours of power annually.”

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