Cuenca, Spain

GECAMA Wind Farm


Enlight Renewable Energy



Construction budget

EUR 300 million

Key facts

GECAMA (Spanish acronym for Wind Generation of Castilla-La Mancha) is the largest wind farm in Spain, occupying an area of approximately 8,000 ha. It has a total installed power of 329.2 MW and power export capacity of 300 MW at the grid supply point. The farm has 69 turbines each with a power of 4.8 MW. Two 33/132 kV transformer substations export power to the main 132/400 kV step-up substation. Energy is then transported 50 km via a 400 kV overhead line to the REE (Spanish grid) substation in Minglanilla.


Owner’s engineering and project management. Services include detailed engineering review, construction supervision, environmental and archaeological monitoring, and health and safety coordination.

Wind farm Asset Management for 3 years including the management of all contracts associated with operation and maintenance.

GECAMA wind farm in Cuenca, Spain

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