Gamesa to supply 49.3 MW to Guangdong Nuclear Group in China

Beijing - Gamesa, a global technology leader in wind energy, has signed a deal to supply 49.3 MW of capacity (58 of its 850 kW wind turbines) to China Guangdong Nuclear Wind Energy Limited for the wind farm located in Shandong Province, in China.

The wind farm is under built and is targeted to connect with the grid at the end of this year.

Gamesa in China and its relationship with Guangdong

The cooperation between Gamesa and Guangdong Nuclear were back to the year of 2009. Since then, Gamesa has signed 350 MW projects with this utility in Shandong, Liaoning and Heilongjiang provinces. China Guangdong Nuclear has widely used Gamesa 850 kW and Gamesa 2.0 MW wind turbines.

Gamesa operates in China as a turbine manufacturer and wind farm developer, a competitive advantage it strengthens through joint ventures with the country's major power companies (at a global and provincial level), thanks to its comprehensive knowledge of the wind energy industry.

Gamesa has operated in China since 2000, installing more than 3,000 turbines at more than 60 sites across the country. As a wind farm developer, the company's joint development pipeline in China now totals around 3,000 MW.

Quelle: Gamesa

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