Spain has incredible wind conditions and has long been one of Europe’s most progressive renewable energy markets.
Amp Spain has over 2GW of wind generation in development and a growing pipeline of energy storage projects. Working throughout the country, we are helping to reduce carbon emissions, improve energy security, and support local communities.
Solar PV is one of the simplest, cheapest, and most abundant forms of energy. Our solar projects energize communities, C&I customers, and utilities with reliable CO2-free electricity.
Wind is an unlimited source of energy and critical to global decarbonization. Our wind projects reduce the demand for fossil fuels while helping to drive social and economic growth.
Energy storage is the key to unlocking 24/7 renewables. Our standalone and hybridized battery assets deliver clean and reliable electricity, exactly when it's needed.
Setting New Trends in European Wind Power
With two gigawatts of projects in development, Jorge Calvet, the head of Amp Energy's new Spanish division believes hybridized wind power holds the key to reducing Europe's carbon emissions, strengthening communities, and improving energy security.
The story of Spain's wind industry is one of remarkable progress, challenging setbacks, and, more recently, renewed determination. After being one of the earliest countries to embrace large-scale wind power, the global financial crisis and resulting fallout...
News & Stories
Amp has announced Europe's two biggest battery storage facilities with its 800 MW battery portfolio in central Scotland (the "Scottish Green Battery Complex"). The portfolio is due to be operational in April 2024 and will be comprised of two 400 MW battery facilities, each providing 800 MWhrs of energy storage capacity.
Amp has secured an innovative $350 million cross-jurisdictional credit facility with a consortium of leading institutional investors including Brookfield Asset Management, a leading sovereign wealth fund, and Nomura Securities.
Head of Amp X, Dr Irene Di Martino, attended COP26 in Glasgow, UK for a roundtable discussion about the key role of flexibility in the decarbonized grid of the future, and also gave a compelling case as to the truly differentiated approach Amp is taking towards energy transition.