Deutsche Windtechnik wins O&M deal for 124 MW of Gamesa turbines in Spain
Games wind turbines. Image by Deutsche Windtechnik.
German wind turbine servicing company Deutsche Windtechnik AG said today it will expand its portfolio in Spain with an additional 124 MW of turbines.
The company has received a new contract for Gamesa hardware that is installed at three sites in Castilla-La Mancha and are operating as one cluster. The 146 units of the G58 machines add a portfolio of 130 Gamesa G80 and G52 turbines in Spain that the German was selected to service in April.
Operation and maintenance (O&M) activities for turbines in the new contract have already been initiated and will be performed for at least four years, according to the press statement.
With the latest award Deutsche Windtechnik’s installed capacity under service in the Iberian Peninsula has reached nearly 1GW, the company said. It has in place service deals for Gamesa, Vestas, Siemens, Made-Endesa, Nordtank and NEG Micon turbines there.
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