These are several pictures that I took in 2010 during a trip to Tarifa, southern Spain.
It is one of the best spot for wind surf, kite surf and of course for wind energy production.
The WTGs are about 20 years old, but they look like remnants of a faraway past, with their lattice tower and noisy turbines.
Regarding the drainage system, very effective concrete ditches and a complete network of transversal drainage pipes has been used.
Also, the exit of the drainage pipes has been “hidden” using an interesting mix of concrete and local stones.
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Hello! My name is Francesco and I'm a civil engineer specialized in EPC (that is, "turnkey") wind farms projects. I'm currently based in Hamburg, Germany and I'm developing several interesting project all around the world - southern Europe, LATAM and various other countries. If you want to contact me please don't leave a comment in the blog (I don't check them very often) - you can use the contact form. You can write me in English, Spanish and Italian. To find a (somewhat concise) description of my non-wind business activities you can visit my webpage - www.francescomiceli.com If you want to know more about my work, here you can download my CV - www.windfarmbop.com/CV_Francesco_Miceli.pdf Hope you like the blog! Francesco