The Spanish manufacturer, soon to be a part of the Siemens Group, reported revenues of €4.6 billion for its full 2016 financial year — an increase of 31% year-on-year.
Sales totalled 4.3GWe — up 36.2% — and were mostly in the company's core markets of India (38%) and Latin America (24%).
Europe, the Middle East and Africa was its third largest region, contributing 17% to the sales volume, with the US (12%) and Asia-Pacific (9%) making up the rest.
Earnings before interest and taxes (Ebit) totalled €477 million, increasing 47.9% compared to a year earlier, surpassing the company's outlook for 2016.
Turbine order intake amounted to 4.69GW in the year, a third of which was secured in the final quarter of the year, the manufacturer said.