Wind Energy In Perú on the Rise: Grenergy Connects the Duna and Huambos Wind Farms in Peru

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ENERGIA LIMPIA XXI. Grenergy, the Spanish company producing energy from renewable sources and a specialist in the development, construction and operation of photovoltaic and wind projects, successfully completed the connection of the Duna and Huambos wind farms during the past December 2020, as reported by the Ministry of Energy and Mines of Peru in an official statement.

The Duna and Huambos wind farms will have an installed capacity of 36.8 MW and will inject an estimated annual energy production of 165,000 MWh into the National Interconnected Electric System over a period of 20 years. Both parks are located in Chota, province of Cajamarca, more than 2,400 meters above sea level, and are the first to be installed and operated in the Peruvian Sierra; a geographically strategic location due to its exceptional weather conditions for the generation of this type of energy, as it enjoys around 5,000 net hours of wind…

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