The investment would be around 150 million and job creation would be around 150. The plant would manufacture vehicles designed by the company NTDD of Tudela.
The Navarre town of Tafalla, in the south of the region, has been chosen to plan the construction of a solar plant as well as a plant for the assembly of urban electric mini cars. The Korean company Qenergy would be in charge of undertaking these projects if it is awarded the contract for the electric energy transport node through Muruarte de Reta, which is to be resolved by the Spanish Ministry of Ecological Transition.
The investment would be around 150 million and the creation of jobs would be around one hundred in the factory for the assembly of urban electric mini cars, vehicles designed by the company NTDD of Tudela, of which Qenergy would be the investor. In addition, between 50 and 80 more jobs would be created at the solar plant. The solar park would generate some 230 megawatts. Tafalla is now awaiting the resolution by the Ministry of Ecological Transition, which does not know when it will be carried out.
At present, the project is still at a very early stage and at the expense of how the tender is resolved. The plenary session of the town council of Tafalla, which met in an extraordinary session, unanimously approved a declaration of intent between the town council and the company, which, explained the mayor, Jesús Arrizubieta, means continuing in conversations and in contact depending on how the situation progresses.