Finally, Gamesa Corp. Tecnologica SA., (GAM), which is known as the biggest maker of wind turbines in Spain, has won the contract for supplying 48 megawatts of the machines to Beijing-based China Longyuan Power Group Corp. in Fujian province, for the construction of a wind farm in Jiangkou.
Gamesa Corp. is based in Zamudio and its main aim is to dig its feet deep into the lands of China, as by 2020, this nation is looking forward to get 15% of its energy from non-fossil fuels.
As mentioned in an e-mailed statement, from October onwards, Gamesa will ship 24 of its G87 and G90 turbines in total to the China Longyuan Power Group Corp. Each of these turbines will be worth 2-megawatt.
According to information sources, prior to this project, Gamesa and China Longyuan have worked jointly on projects worth 1,728 megawatts.
As declared by Gamesa, for the success of this project, it has designed an "integral solution" that will be in accordance to the site's condition and other aspects.
A "Class S" version of the G87 turbine would be supplied. This version can be easily installed in the close vicinity of Class I sites. This way, the energy production will be augmented by 8%, which in the former G80-2.0 Class I model was quite low.
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