Some history

Elecnor created Enerfín in 1997 to become a developer and investor on the wind energy market.

The company began operating in the wind sector by becoming involved in the Malpica wind farm (Corunna-Spain) of 15 MW that year, made up of 225 kW wind turbines. Subsequently, between 1998 and 2002, it developed its Navarre Wind Plan of 150 MW. Between 2001 and 2002, it built the Páramo de Poza I and II wind farms, of 100 MW, located in Burgos.

Two new farms in Tarifa (Cadiz) with a total of 54 MW began operating in 2004, and the wind farm complex at Faro-Farelo, of 128 MW, was put in place in 2005, equipped at that time with cutting-edge technology of 1.6 MW.

In 2006, Enerfín completed its first international project of 150 MW located in Osório (Rio Grande do Sul), the largest wind farm complex in the Ibero-American region.

Between 2008 and 2009, the wind farms Villanueva I and II (67 MW) in the Valencian Community.

Between 2010 and 2013, the Palmares (8 MW), Fazenda Rosario 1, 2 and 3 (48.3 MW), Osório 2 and 3 (57.5 MW) and Sangradouro 2 and 3 (57.5 MW) wind farms, all located in Rio Grande do Sul, came on stream.

In November 2013, the De l'Érable (100 MW) wind farm in the province of Quebec, Canada, began operating.

In October 2014, the Dos Indios 2 and 3 (52.9 MW) wind farms in Rio Grande do Sul were commissioned.

In September 2017 the Malpica wind farm embarked on a new stage following its technological upgrade with the start-up of 7 wind turbines, each with a capacity of 2.35 MW. These replace the 69 wind turbines, most with a unit capacity of 225 KW, which comprised the previous facility.

Elecnor, through Enerfín, currently promotes, develops and operates more than 3,144 MW (approx.) across the world.