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Gamesa secures 92MW of wind turbine contracts in China

CTBR Staff Writer Published 09 January 2015

Spain-based Gamesa has secured two wind turbine contracts, totaling 92MW, in China.

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The company will supply, install and commission 25 G97 2MW turbines at the Nandianziliang wind complex, which is being developed by Hebei Construction & Investment Group (HCIG) in the Shanxi province, northern China.

Gamesa plans to deliver the turbines in May while the facility is expected to be commissioned by the third quarter of 2015.

The company said it has delivered 180MW to HCIG since 2008.

The second contract with UPC covers supply, installation and commissioning of 21 G97 2MW turbines at the Huangyan wind farm in the province of Zhejiang, eastern China.

Gamesa plans to deliver the units in April 2015 and the project is expected to be fully commissioned by the third quarter.

The contract is the first between the Spanish firm and UPC.

Gamesa started operations in China in 2000 and secured contracts to deliver 450MW of wind turbines in the country in 2014.

The company has installed more than 3,500MW of turbines in China and presently services about 1,000MW.

Gamesa has installed more than 30,000MW in around 45 countries with production centers in Spain and China.

Image: Gamesa secured contracts to deliver 450MW of wind turbines in China in 2014. Photo: Courtesy of Victor Habbick/FreeDigitalPhotos.net.