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Gamesa says it has been awarded a contract to perform the operations and maintenance (O&M) services at 13 wind farms owned by EDP Renewables.

The sites have a combined capacity of 400 MW and are located in several European countries, primarily in France, Spain and Portugal. Gamesa will perform the maintenance services for a three-year period - which may be extended for an additional three years - on 402 of Gamesa's 850 kW turbines and 29 of its 2.0 MW machines. Gamesa will also provide technical assistance for 179 of its 660 kW turbines.


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