Enel Green Power starts construction at wind projects in Spain

Enel Green Power starts construction at wind projects in Spain

03 Jan 2022

Enel Green Power España (EGPE), the renewable unit of Spanish utility company Endesa, has begun construction at the 259.2MW Campillo Wind Cluster in Spain.

The Campillo Wind Cluster consists of three wind farms, which are being built between the towns of Campillo de Altobuey and Enguídanos in Cuenca Province. It will include four electrical substations and three high-voltage lines.

According to EGPE's Shared Value Creation plan, Endesa will invest approximately €256m in the development of the three wind farms and will employ around 350 locals.

Among the three projects, Campillo 1 will be the smallest, with an installed capacity of approximately 76.8MW, while Campillo 2 and 3 will each have a capacity of 91.2MW.

The three wind farms are expected to produce approximately 660GWh each year.

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