Your path to energy self-sufficiency relies on harnessing and optimizing wind energy with all the possibilities offered by our state-of-the-art wind turbines:

  1. Connected to the grid.
  2. Available in weak networks with poor electrical supply.
  3. Hybrid technologies that make these the perfect complement to solar energy and energy storage, achieving maximum efficiency from different sources.
  4. Independently, as the sole source of energy.

Despite being widely unknown, wind energy self-consumption doesn’t require attention from our clients, and it’s integrated in different installations without taking too much physical space. You will become a consumer of renewable energies generated at the consumption point, or complement your already existing installations with a new natural resource.

This is how we at Norvento contribute to achieve the most efficient energy consumption possible for our clients.

Get to know some of our wind energy projects.

Installation of a nED100 at Telde (Las Palmas), easily integrated in business parks. It will meet the energy demand of a service station, with two electric car charges, a restaurant, and an office building.

Installation of two nED100 wind turbines in the Port of Shoreham (Sussex, UK) for self-consumption in the port facilities themselves, reducing the electricity costs borne by the customer.

Through our team of highly specialised professionals and our extensive experience in EPC projects, we can advise you on integrating this technology into your facilities, providing all the necessary services for assembly and start-up.

Furthermore, our background as technologists allows us to have a very specialised vision in this type of solutions. Our nED is a clear example of this. We adapt to the needs of our clients, providing the best advanced solutions adapted to their particular situation with our own technology, or other solutions that adapt to the specific requirements and conditions of each case.

We offer you all of our national and international experience in the development of wind self-consumption projects, with numerous success stories:


  • 1 nED100 at Blackburn Rig (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Braco Castle (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Caeronnen (Wales)
  • 1 nED100 at Clackmae (Scotland)
  • 2 nED100 at Cousland (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Covanhill Farm (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Glen Iron (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Hillmoor Field (Wales)
  • 1 nED100 at Haydon Farm (England)
  • 1 nED100 at Leffenwyne (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Maesmedrisiol (Wales)
  • 1 nED100 at North Biggart (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Pencwm Mawr (Wales)
  • 1 nED100 at Pomathorn (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Rhos Fach (Wales)
  • 2 nED100 at Shoreham (England)
  • 2 nED100 at Slagnaw Farm (Scotland)
  • 2 nED100 at Springfield Farm (Scotland)
  • 1 nED100 at Ty Gwyn Farm (Wales)
  • 1 nED100 at Winllan Bach (England)
  • 2 nED100 at KellyBank (Scotland)

Spain and Portugal

  • 1 nED 100 at OPER CANARIOS – Telde, Las Palmas.
  • 1 nED 100 at ITC – Las Palmas.
  • 1 nED 100 at CEDER-CIEMAT – Lubia, Soria.
  • 1 nED100 at Propetan – Carnota, A Coruña
  • 2 nED 100 at Cervo, Lugo.


  • 1 nED100 at the Experimental Wind Park of A Pastoriza – Pastoriza, Lugo
  • 1 nED100 in the Norvento Factory de at Vilalba, Lugo
  • 1 nED100 at CIne, Norvento’s HQ, at As Gándaras Business Sector, Lugo)
  • 7 nED100 at the Corvo Island, Azores (Soon)