Barahonda – 12 MW – Spain

Project Info

  • Category

    Solar EPC

Barahonda 12 MW


In the Municipal Term of Jumilla, (Murcia), Spain, a private Estate known as Barahonda, is situated. For its location in the Catastral Registry the Polygons 194 and 195 of the Region of Murcia, are given as a location reference.
The approximate total extension of Barahonda is of 1,500,000 m2, mostly dedicated to the cultivation of vineyards.
It is the last private Estate within the Region of Murcia bordering with the Province of Albacete, (Castillo la Mancha).
In the highest part of the Estate, and within its boundaries, “La Sierra de Los Ladrones” is situated. This mountain range is the natural border between the Autonomous Region of Murcia and the Autonomous Region of Castillo la Mancha. It has the highest Geodesic vertex in the area, 987m above sea level.

In this mountain range a wind power plant, known as Los Reventones, has been built. It has a total energy output of 40 MW.
The installation and building of the Plant is planned to start in March 2007 and it is envisaged the plant will be ready by the end of December to beginning of January 2008, to start normal production by mid-February.