Spanish-Argentine consortium wins wind power project in Uruguay

Spain’s Grupo San Jose, as part of a consortium, has been awarded a contract to build a 40 MW wind farm in Uruguay, according to Cinco Dias newspaper.

The project is expected to generate a turnover of $190m, according to the company.

The wind project, combined with another 50 MW awarded in 2011, represents a portfolio worth over $516m for the company in Uruguay.

State-owned UTE awarded the project to Vengano SA, a consortium in which San Jose has a 40 per cent stake, with Argentinian companies Corporacin America and Contreras Hermanos holding a 40 per cent and 20 per cent share, respectively.

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