Some history

Some history

1997. Enerfín is founded. In the same year it is involved in the development of the 15-MW Malpica wind farm in La Coruña, Spain.

1998 - 2002. Development of 150 MW in Navarre and construction of its Páramo de Poza wind farms (100 MW) in Burgos.

2004. Start-up of its wind farms in Tarifa (Cádiz), with a total capacity of 54.4 MW.

2005. Enerfín completes the construction of its 128-MW Faro-Farelo complex in Galicia, at the time Europe's largest wind farm. 

2006. A 150-MW wind farm in Osório in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, it's first international project, comes on stream and is subsequently expanded in several stages. This became South America's largest wind farm.

2009. Completion of the 67-MW Villanueva wind farms in the region of Valencia.

2013. Enerfín further cements its international presence with the start-up of the 100-MW l'Érable wind farm in the Canadian province of Québec.

2014. The start-up of the Dos Indios 2 and 3 wind farms in Ósorio concludes the development of the Ósorio-Palmares wind complex, with 375 MW in operation. Enerfín began its activity in Mexico, where it is currently completing the development of the 600 MW Panabá-Sucilá Wind Power Complex.

2015. Enerfín starts its activity as wind turbine operator and maintainer (O&M) at its wind farms in Páramo de Poza.

2017. The Malpica wind power plant is repowered, with seven modern wind turbines replacing the 69 previously in operation.

2019. Aware of the role that storage will play in the future, Enerfin is launching an R&D project that integrates a battery with a real-time energy management optimisation system.

2020.  The 50 MW Cofrentes wind farm starts commercial operation in Valencia, being the first wind farm to be launched in the Valencian community since 2012.

2020. The 76.2 MW São Fernando I wind farm begins commercial operation, being the first wind farm in the 256 MW São Fernando complex (in Rio Norte) to be commissioned. In February 2021, the construction of the complex will be completed with the commissioning of the last park, São Fernando 4.