Eni subsidiary Plenitude has joined a partnership with BlueFloat Energy and Sener Renewable Investments to develop offshore wind projects in Spain.
BlueFloat and Sener formed a strategic partnership in 2021 to develop offshore wind projects in Spain, and now have a 1.25GW portfolio of floating wind projects in Catalonia, Galicia and the Canary Islands. Plenitude has now joined the partnership to bring its experience in developing European offshore wind projects, including the 3.6GW Dogger Bank complex in the UK.
Stefano Goberti, chief executive of Plenitude said: “Growth in the renewables sector is central to Plenitude’s strategy, in line with the company’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2040 and providing decarbonized energy to all its customers.”
Carlos Martín, chief executive of BlueFloat Energy said: “The agreement with Plenitude strengthens our consortium thanks to their solid track-record in developing and executing renewable energy projects, financial strength, and strong technical capabilities, which are highly complementary to BlueFloat Energy’s expertise in offshore wind and Sener’s engineering competences.”
Miguel Domingo, chief executive of Sener Renewable Investments said: “The three companies share a clear commitment to implement offshore wind projects in Spain in a sustainable and equitable way, seeking their environmental, social, and economical compatibility and integration at the local and regional level. With Plenitude we reinforce this commitment”.