EDF EN commissions new wind farm in Italy

27/02/2013 00:59 Renewable

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French developer EDF Energies Nouvelles has commissioned the 23.4 MW Santa Luce wind farm in the province of Pisa, in Italy. The Santa Luce wind farm comprises 13 turbines supplied by Vestas, each with a unit capacity of 1.8 MW. The wind farm's location boasts highly favorable wind conditions.

EDF EN Italia, a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles owns a 50 % interest in the facility together with Fabbrica Energie Rinnovabili, an Italian developer which is active in the renewable energies sector by more than a decade. The Santa Luce project means that EDF EN has currently 10 operational wind farms and a total installed capacity of 548.5MW in Italy, where it has been present since 2001. Operating in Europe and North America, EDF Energies Nouvelles is a market leader in green electricity production, with a portfolio of about 4,200 MW of gross installed capacity. EDF Energies Nouvelles is a subsidiary of the EDF Group.

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