Gamesa delivers 48 MW to Chinese Huadian Group

Gamesa sells 24 of its G87-2.0 MW turbines to Chinese Huadian New Energy. (Photo: Gamesa)
Gamesa sells 24 of its G87-2.0 MW turbines to Chinese Huadian New Energy. (Photo: Gamesa)

Spanish Gamesa has signed a deal to supply 48 MW of capacity of its G87-2.0 MW Class S wind turbine to Chinese company Huadian Group. The turbines are earmarked for a wind farm the power company is going to build in Liyushan of Fujian Province. The machines will be delivered to the site from the end of August onwards. The G87-2.0 MW Class S wind turbine includes design improvements which make it possible to install this turbine in close to Class I condition sites, thus increasing energy production compared to the former G80-2.0 MW Class I by more than 8 %, Gamesa promises.

Joint cooperation between Gamesa and Huadian New Energy goes back to 2005 in Inner Mongolia. This long-term partnership builds mutual trust and serves as a solid foundation for more than 420 MW in projects (the new one included).

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