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Endesa developing 27 renewable projects with 1,130 MW in Spain




Endesa is developing 27 renewable projects in Spain with a capacity of more than 1,130 MW of new green energy.


Endesa will be working through its renewable subsidiary Enel Green Power España (EGPE).


According to Endesa, it aims to reach 12,300 MW of solar, wind and hydraulic power by the end of 2024 in the country.


Luca Capuozzo, the company’s renewable construction manager, informed that the solar and wind power projects are being built in the regions of Aragón, Castilla la Mancha, Extremadura and Andalucía.


"Their objective is to meet the objective that we have set ourselves of ensuring that all of Endesa’s production is 100% renewable in 2040”, he was quoted. Endesa aims to be a complete emission-free company in 2040, with 100% of generation linked to renewable sources.


It has been reported that all these renewable projects are "proposed under a Shared Value Creation approach."


According to Enel Green Power España, it connected 626.65 MW of new renewable capacity to the electricity grid in Spain last year. These were possible from 12 solar installations of 499.5 MW along with one wind farm and two hydro plants.


Endesa manages 8,390 MW of installed renewable capacity in Spain at present. It includes 4,746 MW in hydroelectric plants, 2,546 MW in wind farms and 1,098 MW in solar plants.


To be noted, Endesa is the leading electricity company in Spain.

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