Some history


Some history

Some history

1997. Birth of Enerfín. Participation in the Malpica wind farm in Galicia, with 16 MW.

1998 - 2002.  Construction and start-up of 150 MW in Navarra and the Páramo de Poza wind farms (100 MW) in Burgos. 

2004. Start-up of the Aerosur wind farms (Cádiz), with a total of 54.4 MW. 

2005. Start-up of the 128-MW Faro-Farelo wind farm complex in Galicia, at that time the largest wind farm in Europe. 

2006.  Start-up of operations in the first international project in Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), with 150 MW, later expanded in several stages. It became the largest wind farm complex in Ibero-America.

2009.  Start of operations at the Villanueva I and II wind farms (67 MW), Enerfín’s first projects in the Autonomous Community of Valencia.

2010-2012 Development and start-up of the Palmares, Litoral, Lagoa and Rosario wind farms in Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), with 172 MW.

2013.  Consolidation of Enerfín’s international activity with the start-up of the 100-MW L’Érable wind farm in Quebec (Canada). 

2014. Start-up of the Indios 2 and 3 wind farms, in Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), completing the 375-MW Ósorio-Palmares wind farm complex.

2015. Start of activity as operations and maintenance (O&M) provider for wind turbines in the Páramo de Poza wind farms. 

2017. Repowering of the first Malpica wind farm, after 20 years of operation, with the installation of 7 wind turbines to substitute the existing 69. 

2019. Start-up of an R&D&I project on energy storage in the farms in Navarra, which involves a battery with a system of energy management optimisation in real time. 

2020. Start of operation of the 50-MW Cofrentes wind farm in Valencia. 

Start of commercial operation of the São Fernando I, II and III wind farms, with 173 MW, in Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil).

Expansion of the activity to other renewable technologies: photovoltaic and wind-photovoltaic hybridisation projects.

2021. End of construction of the Rio Grande do Norte wind farm complex (Brazil), with the start-up of the last farm, the 83-MW São Fernando 4.

Contract to supply wind turbines to the 139-MW Ribera de Navarra wind farms.

Administrative reinforcement of the port concession for the implementation of Enerfín’s first Green Hydrogen project in Spain.