ACCIONA passes the figure of 200 wind parks installed in Spain

The Peña Nebina wind park is located at Ferreruela (Zamora) and has a capacity of 20 MW spread across ten 2 MW wind turbines. With an estimated investment of around € 28.6 million, it will generate clean energy equivalent to the consumption of 17,000 homes. The construction of the wind park has meant the creation of around 200 direct jobs. With this newest project, all Spanish wind power plants Acciona has installed have a total capacity of 5,976 MW, i.e. 28 % of the wind power capacity in Spain. Acciona itself owns 163 of these wind parks with 4,621 MW.

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