Gamesa, Chinese Partners To Develop 600 MW Of Wind Projects


Gamesa has signed two new agreements with Guangdong Nuclear Wind Power Co. and China Huadian New Energy Development to develop a total of 600 MW wind projects in Jilin province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Gamesa will deliver several batches of G9X-2.0 MW wind turbines during the next five years.

Cooperation between Gamesa and Guangdong Nuclear Wind Power started in 2009. Since then, both sides have jointly developed wind projects in Shandong, Liaoning and Heilongjiang provinces. Wind turbines produced in Gamesa's Jilin factory will be used for the projects in Jilin.

Joint cooperation between Gamesa and Huadian New Energy builds upon their first partnership in Inner Mongolia in 2009. The project will use wind turbines produced in the coming Gamesa Inner Mongolia factory.

The company currently has four manufacturing plants (for blades, generators, and nacelle and gearbox assembly) in the province of Tianjin, and two more under construction, in Jilin and Inner Mongolia.

SOURCE: Gamesa

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