The Spaniard's death at the windfarm in East Renfrewshire comes just two weeks after a Portuguese man was killed at a turbine in Ayrshire.
A worker has died after plunging to his death from a turbine at a Scots windfarm.
The Spanish man’s sudden death at the UK’s largest onshore wind farm, in East Renfrewshire, happened on Wednesday.
It follows the death of a Portuguese worker in Ayrshire on March 15.
The death of the 32-year-old Spaniard at Whitelee Windfarm, near Eaglesham, is not being treated as suspicious.
The turbine is understood to have been undergoing maintenance at the time, though this was not connected to the man’s fatal plunge.
A Scottish Power spokesman said: “We can confirm that there was an incident this week at Whitelee Windfarm.
“Our thoughts go out to the family of the person involved.”
The wind farm is owned by Scottish Power but maintenance on its 215 turbines, which are between 360ft and 440ft tall, is carried out by GE.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “At around 10.10am, police and emergency services responded to reports of a 32-year-old man having fallen from a turbine at the Whitelee Windfarm.
"He was pronounced dead at the scene and his relatives have been informed.
“His death is not being treated as suspicious and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.”
A workplace accident in Ayrshire earlier this month claimed the life of a Portuguese employee, who was named on Monday by police.
Antonio Joao Da Silva Linares died in the March 15 incident at Scottish Power’s Kilgallioch Windfarm in South Ayrshire.
The 37-year-old was working for contractor Gamesa, which is investigating the circumstances along with Police Scotland and the Health and Safety Executive.
He was killed in a fall inside an under-construction wind turbine. Work at the 96-turbine construction site was stopped after the death.
A Gamesa spokesman said: “Gamesa is conducting a thorough investigation together with the authorities to establish the root cause of this fatal accident.
“Work at the wind farm has been stopped while the investigation takes place.
“We are very saddened and our thoughts go to the family of the employee.”
The wind farm is set to be operational later this year.
A Scottish Power Renewables spokesman said: “A full investigation is now under way by the police and the Health and Safety Executive. Scottish Power Renewables will support and co-operate fully with these investigations.
“Our thoughts are with the family of the technician involved in the incident.”