The Iberdrola group continues to make progress in the construction of the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm, the second major site of this technology that the company is developing in the Baltic Sea offshore Germany. The project has reached a new milestone with Windar having completed 90% of the manufacturing work on the 50 transition parts of the wind farm, which will join the wind turbine towers to the foundations. This work, which is being carried out at Windar's facilities in Avilés, will involve 1.3 million hours of work, the equivalent of 800 jobs.Some 30 suppliers of the Asturian company in Spain are participating in the process, including steel production companies, components, equipment, testing and auxiliary machinery.The production of these parts, each of which is 15 metres high, 6.5 metres in diameter and weighs 240 tonnes, will continue until the end of this year. Windar will also be responsible for supplying the transition parts for the Vineyard Wind 1 offshore wind farm that Iberdrola is developing in the United States off the coast of Massachusetts, which, with 800 megawatts of power, will be the first commercial-scale facility of its kind in the country.In addition, the Asturian company has manufactured the piles for the Saint-Brieuc wind farm 500 MW, the Iberdrola group's first large offshore wind farm in France, as part of the contract awarded to the Navantia-Windar consortium for the development of this project, which has created more than 1,000 direct jobs in Avilés and Fene. These awards are in addition to the framework contract reached between Iberdrola and Navantia-Windar for the manufacture and supply of 130 XXL monopiles. In total, Iberdrola has so far awarded contracts worth more than USD 1 billion to this consortium, including the orders already completed for East Anglia One in the UK and Wikinger in the Baltic Sea.With a capacity of 476 MW, Baltic Eagle will have 50 wind turbines with a unit capacity of 9.53 MW on monopiles, for an annual production of 1.9 TWh, enough to sustainably meet the demand of 475,000 households and avoid the emission of almost one million tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere each year.