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The contract with the IPP GreenInfra calls for the development of a wind project in the State of Maharashtra, as well as the installation and maintenance (10 years) of 25 G97-2.0 MW turbines.

Chennai, 17 December 2013. Gamesa, a technological leader in the worldwide wind industry, has secured a new contract in India to supply 50 MW to Green Infra, one of the main IPP companies in the renewable energy market.

The contract calls for the wind farm development, as well as the supply, installation and commissioning of 25 G97-2.0 MW wind turbines in a wind project being developed in Kosegaon, in the State of Maharashtra. The facility is expected to be finished by mid-2014. Gamesa will also maintain the facility’s services for 10 years.

This new contract strengthens Gamesa’s orderbook from independent power producers (IPP) in the Indian wind energy segment, boosting its local reputation as a leading turbine manufacturer.

Gamesa is present in India as technology provider and wind farm developer. The company has installed over 900 MW and manages capacity of more than 800 MW under O&M agreements. In its capacity as wind farm developer, Gamesa’s pipeline in India stands at 4,300 MW. India represented 18% of Gamesa’s sales in Q3 2013.

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With a track record stretching back 19 years and installation of more than 28,000 MW in 42 countries under its belt, Gamesa has established itself as a world technology leader in the wind power industry. Its end-to-end value chain presence encompasses wind turbine design, manufacture, installation and operations and management (19,800 MW).

Gamesa is also a global benchmark in the development, construction and sale of wind farms. To date, it has installed almost 6,000 MW and currently boasts a pipeline of 18,300 MW at varying stages of development in Europe, the Americas and Asia.

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