19 of February 2016

CJR Wind: 10 Wind Farms in Portuguese territory in 2015

In this article, ALER disseminates the work developed by its Member CJR Wind in the portuguese territory, whose experience they hope to apply in other Portuguese-speaking countries.

A total of 10 Wind Farms (WFs) and 202 MW of installed capacity describe what was the year of in Portugal 2015 for CJR Wind.

Either fully functioning or still under construction, in 2015, the final calculations show that CJR Wind participated in more than 200 MW of wind power in Portugal. The Wind Farms that CJR Wind embraced during the previous year were: Moimenta I & II, São Cristóvão, Bornes, Lousã II, Candeeiros, Todo-o-Mundo, Chão Falcão, Guardão, Picos Vale do Chão and Sernancelhe WF.


With a scope of work of BoP (Civil Construction and/or Electrical Installation) and/or Electrical and Mechanical Installation of Wind Turbine Generators, CJR Wind is proud of its share of participation in each of these projects that had complied with their predicted strategy. Much more than MW accumulated, these projects confirm the strong presence of CJR Wind in the market, as well as strenghten the company's position towards stakeholders. In every tasks were present methodologies, techniques and strategies of the organization that led to quality services, fulfillment of deadlines and the assurance of a competitive price.

Operating in the wind industry since 2002, CJR Wind (CJR Renewables' brand for the wind energy sector), part of the CJR Group, acts across all phases of the implementation process, including design and optimization, construction, electrical installation, transportation and wind turbine assembly. Currently present in over 15 countries, CJR Wind has offices in several countries in Europe and Latin America. In 2015, CJR Wind was involved in more than 40 wind Farms, and today counts with more than 3300 MW of experience. 

CJR Wind is a Member of ALER since May 2015 and expect to use all this experience for the development of renewable energy projects in ALER’s priority Lusophone countries.