Gamesa seals 200MW China wind turbine order from Huadian

Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa has won an order to supply 200MW of capacity to Huadian New Energy Development in China.

The agreement foresees Gamesa supplying and installing 100 of its G90-2MW turbines in 2011 and 2012 in northern Inner Mongolia.

Gamesa is close to completing construction of a new factory in Inner Mongolia, to add to its six manufacturing plants in Tanjin and Jilin provinces, and signed a framework agreement for 300MW of capacity with Huadian in February.

The signing of the new deal was timed to coincide with a visit to Spain by Liu Qi, deputy director of China’s National Energy Administrator (NEA), and executives from its "big four" energy Log in to read complete article.

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