For many years, wind energy has played an important role in the future mix of global energy generation, as a sustainable, scalable and local production mode.

In addition, in recent decades technological advances have made it possible to increase the performance of wind turbines. Nowadays there are a great variety of models that allow to adapt to the specific conditions of each site, and make the most out of the wind. New designs offer ever-higher powers and feature wider rotor diameters. According to WindEurope, the European Association of Wind Industry, in the next three years, ground turbines will exceed 4 MW of power. This will reduce the final cost of wind energy, thanks to both the adjustment of the investment, and the improvement of the efficiency of wind turbines.

At IMPULSO we have an extensive background in the investment and development of wind farms which started in 2000, with the establishment of one of the first renewables European companies, Fersa Energías Renovables, S.A., with a stake of 5.5 percent.

FERSA was the first independent company dedicated exclusively to the development of renewable energy, mainly wind, which was listed in the Spanish Stock Exchange, in 2007. The purpose of this company is to generate energy from 100 percent renewable sources. FERSA began its activity internationally in 2008, with the launch of the international diversification of its business, with operations in Spain, France, India, Poland, and Panama.

We held relevant positions among the FERSA shareholders until the end of 2016, when the stake was sold and the group switched to a new company, focused on the investments in new projects related to the water and energy nexus.

In 2016, FERSA’s current portfolio of renewable energies in operation was of 185.-MW of installed capacity in Spain (139), Poland (34), and France (12), with total annual productions 389.-GWh.

Between 2015 and 2018, the IMPULSO team carried out the prospection and development of several wind farms in Chile. Among them stands out the participation in a Belgian-Chilean consortium of development and prospection for the financing of the Parque Eólico Viento Fuerte, in the Arica region, that considered the installation of 33 turbines for a total installed power of 112,20.-MW, with an investment of 191.-MUSD and an estimated production of 335.-GWh per year.

Renewable energies

Renewable energies are investments with short-term returns that allow to move towards a new energy model, based on the priority use of clean resources.

Their use has an increasing impact on the competitiveness and, also, helps countries advance towards the international climate commitments.

In June 2019, the European Union established its own 2030 Renewable Energy Targets, setting a 32% penetration target that will be applicable to all Eurozone countries. Likewise, European bodies have established the right of citizens, local authorities, small and medium-sized businesses, and cooperatives, to produce, consume, store and sell their own renewable energy, without being subject to taxes, which brings confidence and security to all users.

20 years developing renewable energy projects


Amb el suport de:

Unión Europea

Una manera de hacer Europa

Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional

Impulso SAGE has benefited from the European Regional Development Fund, which aims to promote technological development and innovation. Thanks to this funding, we have been able to add innovation to our processes, strategies, and advice for a digital marketing plan, and to promote ourselves internationally for the development of energy and water management projects. This action took place during 2021. To carry it out, we also had the support of the InnoCámaras program, from the Barcelona Chamber of Commerce.


LENTE INGENIEROS, within the framework of the ICEX Next program, has had the support of ICEX, and the co-financing of the European ERDF fund. This support aims to contribute to the international development of the company and its environment.