|#4 plantas – 57,5 MW||Four wind farms – 57.5 MW|
|#2 plantas – 74 MW||Two wind farms – 74 MW|
As well as the wind farms and renewable generation facilities already in operation, a further 879 MW of new renewable capacity will be added, which Endesa was allocated in the two solar and wind capacity auctions held by the government last year, signifying an investment of around €870 million.
The allocation consists of 339 MW of solar capacity in Murcia and Badajoz and 540 MW of wind capacity in Aragon, Andalusia, Castile-Leon, and Galicia.
The new projects under development will come on stream in 2019 and will generate approximately 1,750 GWh from wind and 640 GWh from solar sources.
All will sell their energy on the Spanish market and the government will offer incentives through annual capacity payments, securing ongoing returns over the 25-year working life of the farms.
This deal is part of the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan unveiled by Endesa on 22 November, in which the company reaffirmed its support for full decarbonisation of its mix by 2050 and further investments in renewables, in line with the strategy of the Enel Group to which it belongs.