Capital Energy will invest 2,500 million in four wind farms in the Canary Islands, three of them offshore

The Capital Energy company has announced the four wind energy projects, three of them marine, which it intends to promote on the islands and which add up to 505 megawatts of power and an investment of 2,500 million euros.
As reported this Thursday in a statement by the Canary Islands Maritime Cluster, these are the Maresía projects, in Gran Canaria, of 255 megawatts; the Timanfaya, in Lanzarote, with 50 megawatts; and Mencey and Granadilla, in Tenerife, with 150 and 50 megawatts, respectively.
Together they will generate “a significant number of qualified jobs, acting as a driving force in the Canarian industrial sector”, the note explains.
All the projects, except the one in Granadilla, are developed with “offshore” floating technology, and with 15 megawatt mills, which allows the supply chain to be guaranteed and commissioning to be feasible in a shorter period of time. specified in the statement.
Capital Energy is a company specialized in renewable energy projects, with more than twenty offices in Spain and 355 workers.