Pedro Pereira, director of the company for Southern Europe, told journalists that, “by the end of this decade, 400 ME [will be invested]” in the construction of photovoltaic parks of small production in Covilhã, Castelo Branco, Mafra, Vouzela and Bragança, with a total installed power of 50 megawatts (MW).

"Half will start soon and the other half to enter into exploration next year", he said.

The Danish company also has three other projects planned for Castelo Branco, two wind and solar parks and a green hydrogen project.

“We have the objective of hybridizing our projects with solar and wind, linking technology to store energy when it is not being produced”, he explained.