GE Renewable Energy has booked a 342MW deal to equip the Phoenix Wind complex in Aragon, Spain.

The 10-site project – developed by investment group Mirova, French energy group Engie and local renewables specialist Forestalia – will use 91 turbines from the US OEM’s 3MW platform.

The Phoenix projects were successful in Spain’s 2017 renewable energy auction. No schedule was given for developing the complex in a statement announcing the deal.

News of the Spanish deal comes as GE Renewable Energy opens a remote operations centre in Barcelona, its fourth globally.

The ROC will monitor 2,000 turbines across southern Europe, including the Phoenix machines once they come online.

GE said its global ROCs now monitor more than 15,000 wind and solar units.