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A commercial court in Barcelona has fined Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa more than €7m ($9.6m) for the infringement of a patent held by Enercon founder Aloys Wobben for its “storm control” technology, according to the German manufacturer.

Enercon claims Gamesa patent win

A commercial court in Barcelona has fined Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa more than €7m ($9.6m) for the infringement of a patent held by Enercon founder Aloys Wobben for its “storm control” technology, according to the German manufacturer.

A commercial court in Barcelona has fined Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa more than €7m ($9.6m) for the infringement of a patent held by Enercon founder Aloys Wobben for its “storm control” technology, according to the German manufacturer.