"We develop our business in the energy sector, but did you know that there are multiple types of energy?"
Spanish oil and gas company Cepsa tweeted this question Monday evening CET. And followers might have already known about the different types of energy, but it certainly qualifies as news that the 89-year-old petroleum company is now expanding its business to include new energy forms. In late October, the company announced that it had won the rights to develop a wind farm of 28.8 MW, equipped with 11 turbines of 2.625 MW each.
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