Gamesa sells a 25.5 MW wind farm in Greece to Eren

Gamesa sells a 25.5 MW wind farm in Greece to Eren

The wind farm comprises 30 G52-850 kW wind turbines.

Gamesa, a global technology leader in wind energy, has closed the sale of a 25.5 MW wind farm¹ in Greece to EMV, a Greek subsidiary of Eren.

The Kithaironas wind farm- developed and promoted by Gamesa- is located in Thivas, in the region of Viotia, and comprises 30 Gamesa G52-850 kW wind turbines.

Gamesa first landed in Greece in 1999. As a wind farm developer, it has developed 87 MW and has a project portfolio of 547 MW at varying stages of development. Gamesa is also a leading industrial group in this market, installing 179 MW. Additionally, the company performs operation and maintenance (O&M) services on turbines totaling 166 MW.

Eren, the company founded by renewable energy entrepreneurs Pâris Mouratoglou and David Corchia, respectively former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EDF Energies Nouvelles, is the first group dedicated to natural resources savings. Through this operation, Eren is further developing its presence in Greece where it owns 35 MWp of solar wind farms as well as several hundreds’ MWs of wind projects currently under development.

¹ Gamesa has closed the sale of its stake (86%) in the wind farm.

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