Spanish renewable energy services provider Texla Renovables and Germany’s Enertrag AG are developing 200 MW of wind power projects in the region of Andalusia, southern Spain.
Texla Renovables said on Monday that the partnership will work on three wind projects in Cadiz province via their joint company Texla Wind.
The wind farms are expected to feature around 37 turbines stretching across an area of more than 900 hectares (2,224 acres).
Cadiz province is at the forefront of wind power production in Andalusia, with 158 wind farms in operation and an installed capacity of 3,535 MW at the end of 2022, Texla said, citing data from the regional government.
The German renewables developer-operator, Enertrag, has been a partner of Texla Renovables since late 2021. At the time, it was announced that Enertrag had formed a joint venture with the Spanish firm to realise 255 MW of wind and solar projects in Andalusia.