Vestas turbines go to Spain’s Cantabria region

Renewables

Spain Biocantaber, a joint venture between Iberdrola and Ocyener, has placed a 105 MW order with Vestas for the El Escudo wind farm in Spain’s Cantabria region.

The contract calls for the delivery and installation of 23 V136-4.2 MW wind turbines as well as two V117-4.2 MW wind turbines. The project’s mixed technology configuration with two different wind turbine variants will offer maximum energy production in the site’s medium and high wind speeds.

“We are really proud to partner with Biocantaber for our first commercial project in Cantabria. This order showcases the versatility of our 4 MW portfolio and its ability to perform in the most diverse and challenging wind conditions,” says Javier Ojanguren, Vestas Country Manager in Spain.

Turbine delivery is expected by the second half of 2022.

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