Alpiq is pleased to have included Norvento Enerxia in its portfolio. The contract increases Alpiqs renewable energy management portfolio to more than 1.5 GW of installed capacity, and allies Alpiq with Norvento Enerxia, a highly regarded Group in the Spanish power generation industry. Norvento Enerxía generates renewable energy and technology associated with distributed energy products and solutions. The Norvento Enerxia Group has more than 250 MW of renewable generation plants in operation in Spain, more than 700 MW developed and more than 1000 MW under development, both in Spain and abroad.
The wind farms are located in the province of Lugo. They are Cadeira (19.8 MW), Carracedo (9.9 MW), Neda (34.7 MW), A Pastoriza (36.0 MW), Sasdónigas (18.0 MW) and Sasdónigas II (9.9 MW). All of them will participate in intraday and balancing markets with Alpiq.
This agreement consolidates Alpiq's position as an energy company offering multiple services to other renewable generation companies as part of the value proposition in Spain and as a platform for the Iberian Market.
Alpiq is an energy company based in Switzerland. As an international power producer and energy trader, Alpiq has been present in all major European markets for many years, including Spain. With broad origination experience, Alpiq provides tailor-made offerings in market access, asset and risk management, as well as market access services and long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs).
Norvento Enerxía is a company in the renewable energy sector, which develops and operates large renewable energy plants, provides advanced energy solutions for self-consumption, and designs and manufactures equipment for the generation and storage of energy. Based in Lugo (Galicia), it has four decades of experience with projects and products based on a philosophy of innovation, quality, design and sustainability. Thanks to its experience, the company faces the challenges of the future energy sector, 100% renewable, with the aim of continuing to offer the best solutions for its customers and for the communities with which it works. Through a sustained and forward-looking commitment to R&D, the company designs, manufactures and markets its own products, such as wind turbines between 100 and 900 kW and electric storage systems with batteries for industrial and commercial applications, electric vehicle superchargers, and also power supply in weak grids or off-grid systems.