Gamesa sells two wind farms in france to Allianz

Zamudio / Madrid - Gamesa, a global technology leader in the wind energy industry, has sold two wind farms in France with combined installed capacity of 16 MW to Allianz Renewable Energy Partners IV Limited.

The two wind farms -Aussac (8 MW) located in Region Poitou-Charentes and Belrain (8 MW), located in Region Lorraine- are each equipped with four Gamesa G90 wind turbines, which feature unit capacity of 2.0 MW.

The two sites, developed and built by Gamesa's wind farm development and sales division, are currently in operation.

Gamesa first landed in France in 2000. As a wind farm developer, it has since brought 114 MW of capacity online in France and has a project portfolio of 800 MW at varying stages of development

Gamesa is also a leading industrial group in this market, installing 640 MW. Additionally, the company performs operation and maintenance (O&M) services on turbines totalling more than 400 MW at 30 wind farms across France.

A portfolio exceeding 24,500 MW in Europe, the Americas and Asia

Wind farm development and sales are key to Gamesa's future growth, affording the company competitive advantages and complementing its wind turbine business.

Gamesa is a global leader in the wind farm development, construction and sales market, with nearly 4,300 MW installed to date and a project portfolio of more than 24,500 MW at varying stages of development in Europe, the Americas and Asia.

Gamesa is also one of the leading technology firms in the global wind industry, with more than 15 years' experience and 23,000 MW of its turbines installed in more than 30 countries. Its full-service approach to this market encompasses wind turbine design, construction and installation, along with management of operation and maintenance (O&M) services at wind farms totalling 15,000 MW.

Gamesa has more than 30 manufacturing plants in Europe, the United States, China, India and Brazil and an international workforce of 8,000 people.

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