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Gamesa picked for 49.3MW Chinese project

CHINA: Gamesa has won a contract to supply turbines with a capacity of 49.3MW to Chinese company CGN Wind Energy for a wind farm in the north-east of the country.

Gamesa will install the G97-2MW turbine on the project
Gamesa will install the G97-2MW turbine on the project

The Spanish company will install 25 G97-2MW turbines on the Chengdingsha wind farm in Shandong province.

Delivery of the turbines is expected in July, with commissioning due to take place before the end of the year. The contract only covers installation and commissioning.

Shangdong has proved one of the best markets in China for Gamesa, with the company having installed 206MW in the region to date. In China as a whole, the manufacturer has installed 3.5GW.

Gamesa has previously done business with CGN (previously Guangdong Nuclear), which is a subsidiary of General Nuclear Group. Since 2009, the two parties have signed contracts for the supply of 106MW.

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