Spain’s Gamesa is set to make its first move into the Philippines with a 54-MW deal with Japanese developer Kanematsu.
More Indian manufacturers are seeing the benefit of renewable energy, with Gamesa announcing the sale of 46 MW-worth of wind turbines to a paper company. A subsidiary of the Indian conglomerate ITC, ITC Paperboards and Speciality Papers Division plans to install 23 two-MW wind turbines.
Both Greenko Group and CLP India have chosen wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa to supply wind turbines for separate projects on the sub-continent.
China Guangdong Nuclear (CGN) has signed an order with Spain’s Gamesa to supply another 49-MW of turbines for a new wind farm in China’s eastern Shandong province.
Spain’s Gamesa has bagged a contract with to supply multiple wind turbines with a capacity of 48-MW China Longyuan Power Group in the eastern province of Fujian.
Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa has won a 74.65 MW order from India’s ReNew Wind Power. It is the first contract between the two companies.
India's go-it-alone wnd project developers
August 13, 2012
Green Infra Ltd is the latest Indian renewables company planning to separate project development from turbine orders for wind farms in order to leverage better deals and broaden their base of potential suppliers. The New Delhi-based developer, which is backed by leading Indian integrated infrastructure finance player, IDFC Private Equity, seeks to bring down costs by acquiring land and clearances for new projects, tasks traditionally handled by the turbine supplier in India
Spain's grid operator and China's energy regulator are planning a 500-MW experimental wind plant in China, using with Gamesa’s new 4.5-MW turbines.
Gamesa Corp. Tecnologica SA, Europe’s second-biggest wind-turbine maker, is taking advantage of manufacturing costs even below those of China to open a third factory in India.
Gamesa Tianjin wind turbine production
April 05, 2012
China's wind market bubble will deflate as the industry enters the worst year in its history, according Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa. "The first half of 2012 is the worst time in the last four years, triggering a faster industry consolidation," said Jorge Calvet, chairman of the company. Even though China consolidated its position as the world's wind power leader in both newly and cumulative installed capacities in 2011, with 18-GW of wind turbines installed, that was down 6.9 percent year-on-year. As a result of the slowdown, Gamesa received no orders in the first quarter of 2012.