Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Wind-Turbine-Rotating-27MZIFLYABU3.htmlConceptually similarTop of Wind TurbineGP01I0HCompleted★★★★Top of Wind TurbineGP01I0ICompleted★★★★Top of Wind TurbineGP01I0JCompleted★★★★Top of Wind TurbineGP01I0KCompleted★★★★Wind TurbinesGP01I0GCompleted★★★★Wind Turbines GP01I0VCompleted★★★★★★Wind Turbine RotatingGP01I0ZCompleted★★★★★★Top of Wind TurbineGP01I0LCompleted★★★★★★Top of Wind TurbineGP01I0MCompleted★★★★View AllGP01I17Wind Turbine RotatingSeveral wind turbines rotate in the wind, creating electricity. The Maranchon Wind Farm is the largest in Europe with 104 generators, and is operated by Iberdrola, the largest wind energy company in the world. Locations:Guadalajara (Spain)-Maranchón-SpainDate:10 Jul, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Daniel BeltráMaximum size:3744px X 5616pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Energy-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Renewable energy-Wind energy-Wind farms-Wind turbinesShoot:Maranchon Wind Farm in SpainThe Maranchon Wind Farm is the largest in Europe with 104 generators, and is operated by Iberdrola, the largest wind energy company in the world. The "Maranchon Complex", as it is called, actually consists of seven smaller wind parks with a total capacity of 208 MW. This is enough annual power for 590,000 people. The farm annually produces the equivalent electricity of 100,000 tons of oil, thereby eliminating 430,000 tons of CO2. The Gamesa G-87's wind turbines stand between 220-256 feet high with a propeller circumference of 285 feet, and each produces 2 megawatts. Maranchon Wind Farm cost $300 million to build and opened in 2006.