Spanish Iberdrola secures 50% of Hungarys wind energy market.

By bne IntelliNews February 2, 2011
Spanish Iberdrola Renovables secured 50% of Hungarys wind energy market with the completion of the Scott, Csoma II and Amundsen wind farms, the company said in a statement on its website. The Hungarian assets in operation already include the 50 MW Kisigmand wind farm (the largest in the country) and the 38 MW Csoma I facility The 36 MW Scott plant is located outside Nagyigmad, while the Amundsen (26 MW) and Csoma II (8 MW) plants are in Ikervar. The new facilities give the company five wind farms in Hungary with a combined capacity of 158 MW, where it is currently managing new projects with an combined capacity of 100 MW. The total wind capacity in Hungary is estimated at 330 MW.

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