Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa has secured seven new orders in India to supply a total of 460MW of wind turbines.
The company will deploy a total of 230 turbines, which are specifically designed to optimise performance for low wind speed sites common found in the country. The contracts were signed throughout Q2 of this year.
Gamesa will deliver and install 170 G114-2.0MW class S turbines and 60 of its G97-2.0MW class S, which respectively have a total energy capacity of 340MW and 120MW.
As part of the project, Gamesa will have to manage the turnkey construction of a majority of the developments, as well as supplying, installing, commissioning, and handling all the operations and maintenance services of the plants.
These projects are scheduled to be commissioned during the Q1 of next year.
Image: Gamesa will supply a total of 460MW of turbines for seven different wind projects in India. Photo: courtesy of Gamesa.