Spanish utility gets green light for wind development in Australia

Spanish energy company Gas Natural Fenosa has now landed approvals for two wind projects which have total capacity of 329 MW.

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Spanish energy company Gas Natural Fenosa, which has previously ordered turbines from Nordex, GE, Siemens Gamesa and in November from Vestas, has now landed approvals for the construction of two wind projects in Australia, reports Recharge News.

Overall, this concerns 328 MW across 224 turbines for the project Ryan Corner and 104 MW for the project Hawkesdale in the Australian state Victoria.

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