Energias Especiales UF, a subsidiary of the Union Fenosa power company, plans to build three wind power stations in Galicia, on Spain's north western corner. Energias Especiales UF says it has set up three companies for the development of the projects -- Parque Eolico de Os Corvos, Parque Eolico de Coucepenido and Parque Eolico de Careon -- which will be constructed this year. Once these are built, the company will have invested in 11 wind farms in Galicia with a total installed capacity of 204 MW and a financial outlay of ESP 30 billion. The new projects will cost the company a combined total of ESP 7.8 billion.
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