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Gamesa signs 200MW deal with Huadian

CHINA: Gamesa this morning signed an agreement to supply 100 of its G90-2.0MW turbines to Huadian New Energy Development Company for projects in China's northern Inner Mongolia province.

The signing of this contract, which covers 200MW of installations between 2011 and 2012, coincided with a visit to Spain by Liu Qi, deputy director of China’s energy regulator NEA (National Energy Administration), and executives of China's top four energy companies — China Longyuan Electric Power Group, Datang Renewable Power Company, China Huadian New Energy Development Company and China Guangdong Nuclear Wind Power Company — Gamesa’s major customers in China.

A signing ceremony, presided over by Fabricio Hernández Pampaloni, Spain's Secretary of State for Energy, was held this morning at the Industry Ministry.

The deal between Gamesa and Huadian follows a similar agreement between the two companies for a 300MW wind farm in Inner Mongolia, signed in February.

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