Enel Green Power España is an Enel Group company dedicated to the generation and promotion of renewable energies in Spain and Portugal. Endesa has a 40% holding in it and Enel itself the remaining 60%. The company has been operating under this brand since June 2010, however its operations date back to the ‘90s, under the ECYR brand (Endesa), and since 1995 under EUFER brand.
Spain has 1745 MW of power consolidated in 104 renewable energy facilities, located around the whole country.
EGP España is one of the leading companies in the sector in installed capacity and production. We carry out our activity in the whole territory and in all renewable energy technologies, such as wind, solar, mini-hydraulic, biomass or cogeneration technologies.
A team of over 200 professionals in Spain make EGPE’s reality possible every day.
We currently have 1,758 consolidated MW in operation, distributed in the following way:
Andalucía: 312 MW
Castilla La Mancha: 86 MW
Castilla y León: 455 MW
Galicia: 483 MW
Valencia: 60 MW
Aragón: 281 MW
Asturias: 35 MW
Canarias: 40 MW
Cataluña: 7 MW
The main focus in the relations with stakeholders is on local and regional administrations and on citizens. That is why we are starting up dialogue platforms and actions that answer the expectations of the two: periodical meetings with mayors, technicians and delegates from regional administrations, actions with citizens: Nature and Territory. We launched this programme in Spain with two initiatives (a hiking route in the Los Barrancos Wind Farm, in Andalusia, and a Duathlon competitions in the A Capelada Wind Farm, in Galicia).
* Plants operating since June 2011
Last updated: June 30, 2013
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