Between 2024 and 2025, Repsol will start up three wind farms and two photovoltaic solar farms in the province of Palencia, from which it will be possible to supply electricity to nearly 172,000 homes and avoid the annual emission of 266,000 tons. In this way, the energy multinational seeks to reach 6,000 MW of installed renewable power in 2025 and 20,000 MW in 2030.
Repsol has purchased these projects from the promoter and developer ABO Wind, thus adding 250 MW to its portfolio of renewable projects in Spain, which totals 3,200 MW, the company reported in a statement on Tuesday.
The wind projects, which total 150 MW, and the two photovoltaic projects (100 MW) are in the province of Palencia and will share interconnection infrastructures with part of PI, Repsol’s first renewable project in Castilla y León, located between Palencia and Valladolid, and that it has recently started operating the first wind turbines of the La Serna wind farm, in Ciguñuela (Valladolid).
They will start working in the next two years.
All the assets acquired by Repsol in this transaction are in an advanced stage of development, already have a positive Environmental Impact Statement (DIA) and are expected to come into operation between 2024 and 2025. Multienergética reaches 3,200 MW in operation in Spain, construction and advanced state of development.
The Delta II project in Aragón stands out, which is made up of twenty-six wind farms, located in the three Aragonese provinces (Zaragoza, Huesca and Teruel), with a total capacity of 860 MW, the company’s largest renewable project to date. . The first wind turbines of this project are already working, as well as others such as the Valdesolar photovoltaic plant, located in Valdecaballeros (Badajoz); and the Kappa photovoltaic complex, located in Manzanares (Ciudad Real).
To them are added the photovoltaic plants Sigma (Cádiz), Trillo (Guadalajara) and Villena (Alicante), which when they are operational will total 494 MW between the three. In addition, Repsol has recently launched a new milestone in Chile with the start of electricity production from the Atacama park and has a presence in the United States and Portugal.