The Spanish multinational has acquired the ‘Delta 2’ project, with a capacity of 860 megawatts and located between the provinces of Huesca, Zaragoza and Teruel
Repsol has incorporated 26 more wind farms in Aragon to its set of renewable assets between the provinces of Huesca, Zaragoza and Teruel, which will add a total of 860 megawatts, and has thus added its seventh sustainable project that will contribute to the goal of reaching zero net emissions in 2050. This project, called Delta 2, will be built and operated by Repsol's electricity and gas subsidiary, will be developed over the next three years, and will provide power to 1.8 million people, in addition to preventing the emission of more than 2.6 million tons of CO2 per year, he explains in a statement.
In that area of Aragon, the company already has 335 megawatts corresponding to its Delta project, in addition to other plans in Castilla y León, Castilla-La Mancha, Andalusia and Extremadura, with which it already manages a total installed capacity of 2,952 megawatts, and those that are development will add 2,045. In this sense, it also participates in the Windfloat Atlantic floating wind farm on the north coast of Portugal, with a total installed capacity of 25 MW, of which 5 correspond to Repsol.
The multinational, which already has a client base of more than one million, announced on December 2 that it will guide its strategy to be the first company in its sector with zero net emissions in 2050.