Iberdrola and Caja Rural de Soria to develop the Buniel wind farm
Iberdrola and Caja Rural de Soria are joining forces to develop the Buniel wind farm (Burgos) which, with 114 megawatts (MW) of installed power, will be one of the largest in Castilla y León. The energy company and the credit cooperative have entered into a collaboration agreement to promote, build and operate this new wind project, with an expected investment of 100 million euros.
The wind farm, which straddles the Burgos municipalities of Cavia, Cayuela and Buniel, will consists of 26 SG 4.5-132 wind turbines, one of these with the highest unit power in the global land wind segment, optimised for high-wind areas. Work to build the wind farm is expected to begin in 2021.
The power generated by the Buniel wind farm will supply clean energy to a population of 350,000 homes/year, the equivalent of the towns of Burgos, Palencia and Soria together. It will also prevent the emission of 154,000 tons CO2 / year, proof of the usefulness of this technology for protecting the environment and mitigating global warming.
The plant will be a source of income for local councils in the area and will create a significant number of jobs.
Buniel represents a further commitment by Iberdrola to securing energy leadership in the Castilla y León region. It is already operating 5,087 MW - 1,454 MW of which from wind - making this the Autonomous Community with the most 'green' megawatts installed by the company. In addition to this project, Iberdrola has wind farms with installed capacity of 73 MW under administrative processing (Herrera's wind farm complex and La Lora's one).
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