Spain is one of GE's main European focus areas. This became apparent two years ago after the US wind turbine manufacturer announced it has been nominated to supply 1.5 GW to projects that the relatively unknown project developer, Forestalia, had secured in Spain's first tender – projects GE also became involved with financially.
Now GE's Iberian engagement is progressing even further. The company announces that it has been selected to supply wind turbines to the Phoenix project, a veritable tapas buffet consisting of ten wind farms with a combined capacity of 324 MW. These facilities originated in Spain's May 2017 tender, when Madrid allocated a total of 3 GW.
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