The Junta is financing environmentally-sound and long-lasting projects that will come to fruition before 2020.
José Sánchez Maldonado, head of the department for employment and business, said the funding has been drawn from the region’s energy agency.
Some of the money will also go into renovating existing buildings to make them more green, installing thermal insulation to bring down energy use and eco-air conditioning.
The investment makes up part of the Junta’s new three-pronged energy efficiency programme, whose other two parts, focusing on small and medium enterprises and ‘intelligent networks’, are due to receive €227m co-financed by the EU’s European Regional Development Fund.
The plans for these areas will be revealed by the Junta by July.