Ecointegral completes the engineering works prior to the start of the construction of the 26 MW wind farm El Tesorillo in Jimena de la Frontera (Cádiz-Spain)

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Ecointegral completes the engineering works prior to the start of the construction of the 26 MW wind farm El Tesorillo in Jimena de la Frontera (Cádiz-Spain)

IMG_1040Soon the start of construction of the wind farm will start, with an investment of approximately € 25 million, will have state-of-the-art wind turbines and will evacuate their energy in the Nueva Casares substation, after interconnection with the Sierra Los Llanos wind farm substation which is at a distance of 8 Kms.

This wind farm is part of the investments that Gas Natural Fenosa Renovables plans to carry out in Spain and, more specifically in Andalusia, in the coming years.

Ecointegral has worked both in the design and engineering of the park and in the infrastructure of the electrical evacuation and interconnection with the public network that will be carried out at a voltage of 66 Kv.

Since 1999, Ecointegral has participated in the engineering of a large number of wind farms in Spain and in other countries, in its different phases of design and development, both in the technical and construction areas, as well as in the administrative processing and evaluation of the environmental impact.

 

http://www.finanzas.com/noticias/empresas/20180208/natural-fenosa-anuncia-nuevo-3779289.html

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First Engineering Job Fair at Technical University of Cordoba

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fotoformacionecoThe day sixth of May is a date of first Engineering Job Fair of Technical University of Cordoba. Ecointegral Engineering was one of numerous companies taking part in this event, whose purpose was to faciliate connections between young students of engineering and employers offering wide programs of practics and internships.

Ecointegral Engineering participated actively in the Fair, familiarizing students with it´s new educational program named Econitegral Formation, which is established to spread technical knowledge in engineering sector.

Our educational offer was enthusiastically welcomed by young engineers entering their professional path.

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Deadline of registration period

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imageIn the day 11th of April 2016, it has been six months since the date of establishing the Royal Decree 900/2015, which specifies all administrative, technical and economical conditions of self-supply plants and energy production with self-supply. This day is also a deadline of registration period for all plants that have been installed before the new decree establishment.

A few days before 11 of April, some of Spanish Autonomous Communities (Balearic Islands, Castilla La Mancha, Community of Valencia or Basque Country) together with some ecological organizations , entrepreneurial and consumer´s associations have been asked the current government for prolongation of mentioned registration period. According to them, that decision would let the owners of self-supply installation avoid being out of law with their energy productions.

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Siete años del proyecto Mihai Viteazu

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Proyecto Mihai Viteazu

Hace ahora 7 años Ecointegral Ingeniería realizó para la compañía suiza NEK Umwelttechnik AG la ingeniería de promoción del que en su momento era el mayor parque eólico del mundo: el parque de Mihai Viteazu en Rumanía, de 80 megavatios (MW) de potencia.

Esta instalación era la primera fase de ejecución del complejo eólico Dobrogea, el proyecto más importante en energías renovables desarrollado en el mundo hasta la fecha e incluía la puesta en marcha de hasta 50 instalaciones eólicas, que pueden sumar 1.500 MW de potencia en 2017.

La potencia de este complejo eólico permitirá a la Empresa generar la energía suficiente en Rumanía como para suministrar electricidad a cerca de un millón de hogares, el equivalente de la población de la capital del país, Bucarest, evitando además la emisión a la atmósfera de 1,25 millones toneladas anuales de CO2.

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