The Seira Station, located in the town of the same name in Huesca province, is a 36.65 megawatt (MW) plant with three power sets. Of the run-of-the-river type, it can supply clean energy to around 23,000 homes. Its distinguishing feature is its historical importance. It was built between 1912 and 1918 to supply power to Barcelona, the one with the highest voltage in Europe at the time. It was an engineering work of extraordinary importance when it was built. It has been restored to its original architecture, and is a magnificent example of an early-20th-century industrial complex.