ACCIONA Energy is a major player in the renewable energy market, with a strong presence in over 15 countries on five continents. The company works exclusively with renewable technologies, specifically in five of them — wind, solar PV, solar thermal, hydro and biomass.
It has more than 8,600 megawatts (MW) in property which annually produces more than 20 terawatt hours (TWh) of emissions-free electricity, equivalent to the consumption of more than six million homes. The company also undertakes projects for third parties, for which it has installed nearly 2,000 MW.
ACCIONA carries out projects both for the company and for third parties. Based on its experience of over 20 years in the field of renewable energy, the company provides reliable and efficient solutions based on cutting-edge technologies.
ACCIONA makes its technological capabilities available to customers at any stage of a wind or PV project, from resource assessment, processing, engineering, design, construction, operation and maintenance, which includes all the services included in EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contracts or other types of contract.
ACCIONA Energy is a global leader in the promotion, construction, operation and maintenance of wind facilities, with more than 20 years of experience in the sector. The combination of its leadership and knowledge of the sector have established ACCIONA Energy as a global provider of products and services in all aspects of wind energy. They have installed more than 7,000 MW in property and nearly 1,900 additional MW for clients.
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ACCIONA Energy has extensive experience in the construction of photovoltaic plants. It has installed 234 MWp for itself and for its customers. Of these, the 94.3 MWp Sishen plant in South Africa stands out, as it has the highest level of production on the African continent. The company has also built the biggest photovoltaic plant (24 MWp) in Australia at Royalla (near Canberra) as a contractor for FRV.
ACCIONA Energy has its own technology for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of parabolic trough plants, with 314 MW in operation across six thermosolar plants (five in Spain, with 50 MW of power for each one and one in the US, with 64 MW of power).
ACCIONA Energy is linked to the upgrading of small hydroelectric plants with decades of operation and leveraging their full value; it also has a long and successful history of building new plants and evaluating the resource in design, construction and O&M. The major hydroelectric generation park of the company, estimated at 888 MW, places this technology in second place of installed power after wind energy.
ACCIONA Energy has extensive experience in the field of biomass, both in terms of fuel supply logistics and the operation of plants which produce electricity. ACCIONA Energy has three fully operational biomass plants, all of which stand as a benchmark in biomass-fueled power generation totaling 61 MW located in Sangüesa (30 MW), Briviesca (16 MW) and Miajadas (15 MW).
Thousands of MW currently being developed or undergoing administrative proceedings; present in 46 countries and with regulatory experience in more than 30 countries. Fully acquainted with finance mechanisms and co-investment solutions, and additional development services (WTG sales, EPCs, O&M, etc.).
Over 10,000 MW in renewables, in own projects and for third parties. An industry benchmark in construction methodologies and has set the bar in the wind power sector. A pioneering force in integrating the environment variable in projects.
ACCIONA Energy has 9,000 MW of fully-operational renewables facilities currently on its books. We are a trailblazer in tech solutions related to grid-connection of renewables, adaptation to power peaks and dips, and extremely accurate prediction models. We have the world's largest renewables control center.
Through its subsidiary, ACCIONA Green Energy Developments, ACCIONA Energy markets 100% renewable energy to end-customers. It also manages the sales of electricity produced by the group’s facilities as well as electricity generated by other renewable producers who rely on the experience and technical capacity of ACCIONA.
Lamèque’s winds are perfect for a wind farm, but they also attract other wind lovers. The constant daily winds, shallow water in the lagoons, and the warm waters of Chaleur Bay make for wonderful kitesurfing conditions.
The major attraction of Huron Kinloss is undeniably the Point Clark lighthouse.
Taber was settled by homesteaders in the late 1890’s and was initially a coal-mining town.
This area is one of the sunniest and warmest locations in Canada with close to 2,400 hours of sunshine per year. It is also the frequent beneficiary of a phenomenon called the chinook, a warm west wind providing above freezing breaks throughout the winter season.
The Pioneer Grove Wind Farm is the first installation of ACCIONA's AW-3000 turbine in North America.
Pronounced Ta-tan-ka, it is a Lakota Sioux Indian word meaning “bison” or “buffalo.”
Stephenson County was the site of the second Lincoln-Douglas Debate, August 27, 1858. A bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas sits on the famous debate site.
It is estimated that an energy project utilizing concentrating solar power technology deployed over an area of approximately 100 x 100 miles in the Southwest U.S. could produce enough power for the entire U.S. annually.
The construction of the 160-MW solar thermal power plant in Ouarzazate Province is the largest contract secured by a Spanish company in Morocco. The project is currently under construction and will come into operation in the second half of 2015.