Enel Green Power has increased the installed wind power in Greece with 38 MW and Gamesa wind turbines.

With two wind farms, the total installed capacity in Greece by Enel Green Power reaches 181 MW. Enel Green Power (EGP) adds 38 MW wind to its portfolio in Greece, thanks to two new wind farms “Zoodochos Pighi” of 24 MW, and “Panaghia Soumela” of 14 MW, respectively located in the towns of Kozani and Veria, both in Macedonia.

The facilities consist of 19 wind-turbines of 2 MW each, will produce more than 67 million kWh of clean energy per year, able to meet the annual needs of over 16,000 families each year by avoiding the emission of more than 74,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.

It thus confirms the growth strategy of Enel Green Power in the renewables sector in Greece where, in addition to the current installed capacity may have another 45 MW wind, hydro and photovoltaic in progress, and a portfolio of hydroelectric and wind projects of 1400 MW to develop.

Enel Green Power is the Enel Group company dedicated to the development and management of renewable energy in Italy and the world, with presence in Europe and the Americas. Enel Green Power is the industry leader worldwide with about 22,000 KWh from water, sun, wind and heat, able to meet the consumption needs of over 8 million families each year by avoiding the emission of more than 16 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. Enel Green Power has an installed capacity of about 6,100 MW, with over 620 plants in the world and a generation mix that includes wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal and biomass.

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