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Gamesa Unveils its Plans to Achieve 1000 MW Wind Power Production in China

Gamesa, a globally known wind turbine producing and maintenance company and a wind farm developing company, has signed accords with Datang Renewable Power and Guangdong Nuclear Wind Power two of the biggest companies in China and Henan Weite Wind Power, a medium sized wind power generating company to provide 197 wind turbines with a total power producing capability of 251 MW.

For the Guangdong Nuclear Wind Power, Gamesa will deliver a total of 48 G90-2.0 MW wind turbines before the end of 2010 to produce a total of 96 MW power. To Datang Renewable Power, whose wind farms are to be located in Liaoning Province Gamesa will provide 25 number of its G90-2.0 MW turbines to generate a maximum power of 2.0 MW. The company is planning to supply a total of 128 G58-850 kW wind turbines to the new company Henan Weite Wind Power to produce 105 MW wind energy. Henan Weite Wind power is financed by China Climate Change framework loan and received its loan from the European Investment Bank. The company will produce a maximum of 200 million kWh every year. Earlier, Gamesa had announced the signing of 1,315.3 MW wind farm contracts that are to be completed from 2010 to 2013. The company had signed a 576 MW installation at Liaoning and a 450 MW wind farm at Heilongjiang. The company is also planning to develop a 289.5 MW capability wind farm for Datang in Liaoning Province.

The company has delivered its business plan for the year 2011-2013 in London and estimating a healthy growth to achieve 4,000 MW capabilities by 2013 with a planned combined annual growth of over 15%. The company anticipates excellent growth in most of the wind power markets all over the world and it aims to reach an average annual growth of 20% in the Chinese wind market in 2009-2013. The company currently makes 15% of its total sales in Chinese markets and expects to double it to 30% by 2013 by having an annual power production capability of 1,000 MW in the country.


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