Siemens Gamesa has signed its first contract with Turkish energy investor Kinesis Enerji in Spain for the 50 MW wind farm in the north of Spain. The wind farm will be equipped with ten SG 5.0-145 turbines and is expected to be commissioned in the first half of 2024. The contract also includes the maintenance of the turbines for a period of 25 years. The energy that this wind farm will produce will provide enough electricity to power 40,000 households and help to avoid the emission of 132,000 tons of CO2 a year, the equivalent of the emissions of close to 80,000 vehicles. To achieve this CO2 saving, 5.7 million trees would need to be planted.The construction of the wind farm will also boost the activity of Siemens Gamesa's plants in Spain, as the 10 nacelles for the wind farm will be assembled at the Ágreda Soria plant, the gearboxes will be produced at the factories in Asteasu Guipúzcoa, Lerma Burgos and the city of Burgos, and the electrical components will be produced at the factories in Reinosa Cantabria, San Fernando de Henares Madrid and Benisanó Valencia.This new project will also increase the activity of Siemens Gamesa's Spanish suppliers, which will be involved in the production of various components. In 2021, Siemens Gamesa's purchases from Spanish companies amounted to EUR 1,115 million.The agreement helps Siemens Gamesa to consolidate its leadership in Spain, where it currently has around 15 GW installed, 53% of the wind energy in the country and which, according to the latest available data from the Spanish Wind Energy Association, reached 28.1 GW in 2021.