Gamesa Wins New Spanish Wind Deal

Wind technology firm Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica has entered into two new agreements with ENEL Unión Fenosa Renovables. The agreements call for the supply of 26 of the company’s G87 2-megawatt (MW) wind turbines, a total power output of 52 MW.

The wind turbines are destined to the Valdemaría and the La Espina wind farms, respectively located in the provinces of Zamora and León in Spain.

The agreements with Gamesa cover the supply of the wind turbines, their installation and startup, as well as their operation and maintenance.

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