GE Renewable Energy has been chosen by Repsol to deliver 22 units of its 6.1 MW wind turbines - the most powerful GE wind turbines deployed in Spain - to six of the wind plants in its Delta II project (Santa Cruz I, San Isidro I, II, and Amp, II, III) in Aragon. These units will have a cumulative capacity of 133 MW and will deliver energy to the equivalent of 100,000 households. The Delta II farm is Repsol's largest renewable facility now under construction, totalling 860 MW. The blades will be produced by GE's wind turbine blade arm, LM Wind Power, which runs from Ponferrada (Leon) and Castellon in Spain. The wind turbine towers will also be manufactured in Spain, while the nacelles will be prepared in Salzbergen, Germany. The new transaction with GE Renewable Energy is another step towards meeting its ambitious target of achieving 6 GW of renewables by 2025 and 20 GW by 2030. The company is committed to facilitating the power transition by backing the work of its clients. In Spain, GE is among the top producers in the market, with over 4.6 GW of installed capacity. To date, it has added 400 MW with Repsol in the country. Original Source: NS Energy, http://www.nsenergybusiness.com.