Italy-based Enel SpA has commissioned its 238 MW Don Jose solar PV park in Mexico’s Guanajuato state. The plant was built at a total cost of $220 million. Don Jose has a 15-year power supply contract and a 20-year clean certificate contract with Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission. The company’s subsidiary, Enel Green Power Mexico, has also signed an agreement with CFE to add 22 MW to the current capacity. The additional capacity is expected to be completed in the second half of 2018. With this expansion, which will require $21 million in additional investments, Don Jose will comprise more than 850,000 solar panels, covering an area of 1,300 hectares. The PV facility will be capable of producing more than 625 GWh of power a year.