Endesa renews contract to supply 98% of Aena's airport network

Published on Friday, 20 May 2016

  • Power company will supply 45 of 46 airports in the Aena network (it does not include the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport) and its two heliports, which consume around 628 GWh at a cost of 35.5 million euros.

 

Endesa has secured the contract for a second year running to supply 98% of Aena’s airport network. Throughout 2017, the company will provide power to 47 facilities (45 airports and two heliports) within this network, which consumes around 628 GWh.

This tender includes a total of 53 supply points across the 47 facilities indicated above, and a cost of 35.5 million euros. 

Aena S.A. is a state-owned company managing general interest airports and heliports in Spain. Through its subsidiary, Aena Internacional, it also manages 16 airports around the world. As a whole, it is the world’s number one airport operator in terms of passenger traffic. More than 590 million people passed through Spanish airports over the last three years. In 2015 alone, the airports within the Aena network handled over 207 million passengers, representing a 5.9% increase compared to the previous year.

This renewed contract corroborates the trust placed in the power company by Aena and consolidates Endesa's position in the Large Consumer segment.