Gamesa has obtained certification from GL Renewables Certification (GL), a leading certification body in the wind energy industry, for the company’s G90 Class II wind turbine. This certification facilitates Gamesa in conveying to the financial institutions and the market, the integrity of its construction, manufacturing, development and design of its products.
Having already received the GL certification for its G5X as well as G8X systems, the company is currently working on getting certification for its low-temperature model of the G90 turbine for usage in Canada and the U.S. while the company is also hoping to gain certification for its recent product, the Gamesa G10X platform with 4.5 MW capacity. Gamesa is a global major in the manufacture, design, maintenance as well as installation of wind turbines. The company has a rich experience of more than 15 years in renewable energy technologies, with its primary technology being wind.
Throughout the world, Gamesa has installed wind farm facilities in excess of 18,000 MW capacity. Currently, the company has an installed wind capacity exceeding 3,500 MW along with a wind farm portfolio that totals 22,000 MW at various phases of development in Asia, Europe and America. Gamesa has in excess of 6,300 people working in 30 manufacturing facilities across the world with an annual manufacturing capacity of 4,400 MW.