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Siemens Gamesa to install three wind farms with 110MW in Spain




Siemens Gamesa is all set to install three wind farms in Spain with a total capacity of 110MW.


It will be building the wind farms Campelo, Bustelo and Monte Toural for independent power producer Greenalia.


According to the company, the project will be located in the province of A Coruña, northwest of Spain. The farms will be based in the municipalities of Coristanco, Santa Comba and Carballo. The projects are likely to be commissioned by the end of 2023.


The company mentioned, "The three wind farms will be equipped with 22 SG 5.0-145 turbines, one of the company's most powerful models." These models are said to be appropriate for sites with medium level wind speeds.

It has been informed that the agreement also includes the maintenance of the turbines for a period of 25 years by Greenalia.


Siemens Gamesa chief executive for Southern European, African and Latin American operations Paulo Soares was quoted, "This agreement for three parks helps to strengthen our relationship with Greenalia, and I am sure this partnership will grow further in the years ahead."


He further stated that the agreement will help the company to increase its footprint in Spain. It regards Spain as a key market with huge possibilities.


Currently, Siemens Gamesa has around 15GW of installed wind energy across Spain.


Meanwhile, Greenalia Power Spain chief executive María Moreno commented, "The wind farms are a new example of the development of our pipeline in Spain, with which Greenalia wants to be an active part in the process of decarbonization and energy transition in Spain.


The duo informed that the wind farms will help to avoid the emission of almost 300,000 tonnes of CO2 a year.

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