This is the largest onshore wind PPA signed in Europe to date. The wind farms, which are under construction, will be connected to the grid over the next 12 months. They are expected to generate enough renewable power to provide for approx. 430,000 Spanish households.
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With a capacity of nearly 40 MW and covering a 15-20-year period, these green CPPAs are among the largest in Europe in terms of volume to date.
A seabed lease agreement for the project has now been signed with the Crown Estate, following the authority’s call for extension applications from 2017, which resulted in seven projects being approved.