A clean, inexhaustible and extremely environmentally-friendly energy source
Wind power is one of the world’s most mature and widely used renewable technologies, using the kinetic energy of the wind to generate electricity. It is a clean, inexhaustible and extremely environmentally-friendly energy source. Its efficiency has made it a major part of Gas Natural Fenosa’s commitment to the future.
GPG has wind farms with an installed capacity of 234 MW in Mexico, 204 MW in Chile and 91 MW in Australia.
Europe, America and Oceania
through DOCE (Windpower Operation and Control Office) we monitor the equipment in real time, detecting any alarm, downtime or stoppage (plant, turbine and substation).
In 1990 we were the pioneers in Spain and Europe with one of the largest prototypes installed at that time (1.2 MW), and since then we have accumulated 25 years of experience in the development, construction, operation and maintenance of wind farms in Spain and Mexico. In 2016 we added awarded wind farms in Chile and Australia.
The diversity of our growing portfolio and our successful operations so far demonstrate the value of all the experience we have acquired while managing our wind farms, whether with our own staff or through hired technicians, and let us reach high levels of uptime and production. All of this is supported by DOCE (Centralised Windpower Operation Office), from which all the group’s wind farms are operated and supervised. All of our activities are carried out with strict safety, quality and environmental guarantees.
The plan of operations is integrated with a corporate social responsibility programme oriented towards improving relations with the communities where the wind farms are located and reinforcing the company’s image.
The assets currently in operation under the GPG umbrella include:
Bii Hioxo (Mexico): In operation since late 2014 and with an installed capacity of 234 MW, this is one of the largest wind farms in Latin America. The wind farm strengthens GPG’s commitment to this technology, as it is located in one of the places with the greatest windpower resources (the Mexican isthmus).
Cabo Leones II (Chile): Wind farm Cabo Leones II, with 204MW
Crookwell II (Australia): More than 177 Australian Dollars (approximaltely 120 million euros) were invested for the Crookwell II wind farm with a capacity of 91MW as well as other investments. It has been scheduled to start operations in the second half of 2018.