Gamesa expects double-digit growth in China this year

Gamesa's new  turbine factory in Tianjin

Gamesa's new turbine factory in Tianjin

Spanish turbine maker Gamesa will see double-digit growth in turbine sales in China this year as strong relationships with developers bring in new orders, says country chief executive José Antonio Miranda.

At the end of November, the company signed a contract with Datang Renewable to develop a 48MW wind farm in Liaoning province. It follows a deal with Longyuan last month to supply 24 of its low-wind 2MW turbines to a project in Ningxia province.

The company’s success in China comes as other turbine makers have endured a sales slump, blamed on fierce competition and tighter controls on project approvals.

Miranda puts Gamesa’s momentum in the challenging market down to rapid deployment of its new products and a growing development pipeline.

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