Spanish company Isotrol, will be adding a new wind power plant to its portfolio as it participates in one of the first repowering projects in Spain at the Malpica wind farm, located in A Coruña.
Malpica is currently withdrawing the 69 wind turbines that make up the park and replacing them with seven modern ones of 2.3 MW each. This will maintain the current power of the plant by doubling the energy generated.
Isotrol will be responsible for the new wind farm’s connection and its substation to the delegated office and the control center. This activity will be developed through the CER Operation Manager solution, designed for the management and the centralized exploitation of renewable portfolios.
This contract a consolidation of the activity developed with Enerfín which manages the wind farm.
The Malpica wind farm, with a total installed power of 16.6 MW and an approximate production of 66 yearly GWh, will produce enough energy to supply more than 15.000 homes.