Gamesa to build 50-MW wind park in India

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Gamesa to build 50-MW wind park in India

Gamesa has secured an order from Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited (IL&FS) for a 50 MW wind farm project at Ambah in Madhya Pradesh

It is the first contract to be won from IL&FS. Gamesa will carry out the turbines supply, installation and commissioning in the project. The company will also be in charge of the turnkey construction of the wind farm, performing the corresponding civil engineering tasks.

The project is located at Ambaha city and a municipality in Morena district and it will comprised 25 units of its G114-2.0MW wind turbines.

This contract is part of several contracts signed recently in India. Specifically, the company will supply a total of 278 MW for several customers with 139 wind turbines. In total, Gamesa will supply 99 turbines (198 MW) of the G114-2.0 model and 40 turbines (80 MW) of the G97-2.0 MW model. The implementation of these projects is scheduled between March and October 2017.

In addition, Gamesa has continued to strengthen its industrial activity in this region, which accounts for about 30% of the company’s total sales. In February, Gamesa inaugurated a new factory in the state of Andhra Pradesh which, already up and running, is earmarked for the manufacture of the blades for this model of turbine.

Ramesh Kymal, chairman and managing director, Gamesa India; said:

“We are glad to announce our first project with IL&FS, one of India’s leading infrastructure development and finance companies. Not only does this order boost our confidence significantly but also encourages us to continuously offer value for our growing elite client base through innovative tailor made solutions. This order takes us a step closer in our collective goal of addressing the growing energy needs in India and is one that we greatly look forward to completing,” 

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