Spanish wind project wins global energy award
An ambitious wind generation project in the Spanish region of Castilla-LaMancha has won the top prize in the 2002 energy globe awards, organised by the energy agency of Upper Austria. The Spanish plan is to generate more than 1,000 megawatts of electricity in three years, thus outstripping local demand. Two other European winners were announced. A zero-energy housing development in London won the building and housing category, while a Polish initiative to reinvest some of the country's debt payments into green energy projects won the private and public initiatives category. See press release.
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