Amazon plans 400MW of onshore wind power in the US and Spain

The retail giant is planning three new onshore wind farms as part of its latest initiative to power all of its operations with renewable energy by 2025.

Amazon has announced plans to build three new wind farms in the United States and Spain with a combined capacity of nearly 400 MW.

It plans to develop, then own and purchase power from the Amazon Wind Farm Oklahoma – White Rock project in the central United States and the Amazon Wind Farm – San Bartolomé wind farms and 60 MW of the Amazon Spain wind farm – I wind farms in Aragon, in the northeast of Spain.


The three projects will become operational in 2023.

They were announced as part of 3.5 GW of new renewable energy projects around the world.

The retail giant’s latest push into renewable energy includes utility-scale solar PV installations in the United States, Spain and France, some with large-scale battery storage, and solar installations on rooftops in Australia, Canada, India and Japan.

Given the growth of our business and our mission to run 100% of Amazon’s operations on renewable energy, we are not going to hold back on our investments in renewable energy.

Andy Jassy, ​​CEO of Amazon.

Amazon says it is on track to power all of its operations with renewable energy by 2025. It now has a renewable energy portfolio of 15.7 GW in 19 countries.

Amazon continues to be a leader in the rapid growth of renewable energy projects here in the United States. This increasingly includes hybrid projects that combine energy storage with renewable energy generation, unlocking the ability to use clean, reliable energy at all hours of the day.

Heather Zichal, CEO of the American Clean Energy Association (ACP).

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