Sirenis Hotels & Resorts are about to install the largest solar park in Ibiza completely housed on the hotel roof in Port des Torrent.


Nov. 4, 2021, 12:27 p.m.

4,000 square meters of photovoltaic panels generating 0.8 megawatts of power.

Here at Sirenis Hotels & Resorts, we once again show our commitment to sustainability, heavily investing in photovoltaic energy with an installation of 4,000 square meters of solar panels at our two family resorts in Ibiza, Port des Torrent, Sirenis Seaview Country Club & TUI Blue Aura.

The novelty of this new photovoltaic installation at the Sirenis Seaview Country Club and TUI Blue Aura hotels is that it represents a substantial increase in green energy in Ibiza, as this project will generate 0.8 megawatts (MW), 0.3 megawatts more than the sum of other rooftop projects on the island.

This new Sirenis Hotels & Resorts project consists of the installation of 1,761 panels distributed over 4,000 square metres on the roofs of the hotels located in Port des Torrent, Ibiza. A solar park located on several roofs, without taking up land space, which will become the largest of its kind on the island and will cover up to 30% of the energy needs of the complex's facilities.

According to Pedro Matutes, Managing Director of Sirenis Hotels & Resorts,"This project represents a reduction of 666 tonnes of CO2 per year or, in other words, the equivalent of planting 4,000 trees. Sirenis Hotels & Resorts intends to implement additional measures to save electricity consumption by replacing electrical appliances with more energy-efficient ones until it can cover up to 33% of the consumption of the facilities in an average season".

The installation of these photovoltaic infrastructures, which cost 650,000 Euros, will turn this resort into the one with the highest production of solar energy in the Pitiusas, and probably in the Balearic Islands.

With this new project, Sirenis Hotels & Resorts will generate 1.3 megawatt-hours of renewable energy per year with the help of the SOLBAL2 programme, managed by the Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving (IDAE), with FEDER funds aimed at reinforcing the archipelago's electrification strategy with green energies, with special emphasis on photovoltaic energy.

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