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Eurowind Energy opens office in Spain

Eurowind Energy just established a Spanish team and opened an office in Seville, from where the company’s business development activity and operations will be conducted in Spain.

So far, Samuel Martinez, Miguel Casado and Ruben Fernández have joined the company.

Employed as Head of Business Development, Samuel Martinez has been working in the solar field for almost 10 years, both in Spain and in Southern Eastern Asia where he set up the business from scratch in five different countries, while working for different development and EPC companies.


Samuel Martinez said:

“Joining Eurowind Energy is a very exciting challenge. The group is an important energy player in many different countries, but my challenge is to almost make a fresh start to the business in the mature Spanish market. I look forward to embracing this challenge and to helping Eurowind Energy playing a significant role in the green transition in Spain.”


Ruben Fernández, has joined the company as Technical Engineer and will leverage on his solid knowledge from working in different roles ranging from Site Management to Project Management, Owner’s Engineering, plant commissioning, O&M and project development of solar Plants, in Thailand, Italy, Spain and Portugal.

Finally, Miguel Casado joined the Spanish team as Environmental Engineer. Miguel has been working in an international EPC company as business developer, being involved in the whole bidding process and project site identification while supporting the development team.

Pedro Pereira, Managing Director for the Southern European Region also commented:

“Until recently Spain has not been considered a priority for us and this is way our presence in this market so far has been very discrete. But that has now changed and I’m confident that we have hired the right people to grow and consolidate our presence in this key market going forward”.

Eurowind Energy owns a 5MWp operating PV plant in Cordoba and intends to add several PV, wind and “Power to X” projects to its current development pipeline in Spain.

Samuel Martinez Perez