(ADPnews) - Oct 15, 2010 - Spanish renewable energy company Gamesa (MCE:GAM) has reached agreements with three Chinese companies for the supply of 197 wind turbines, without a tower, equal to 251 MW, Gamesa told the Spanish stock market regulator CNMV yesterday.
Gamesa will supply to Guangdong Nuclear Wind Power 48 G90-2.0 MW turbines, while Datang Renewable Power will receive 25 turbines of the same type.
The order of Henan Weite Wind Power consists of 124 wind turbines of G58-850 kW, equal to a total 105 MW.
China is a strategic market for the Spanish company with projected annual sales growth of 20%, according to Gamesa's 2011-2013 business plan, presented in London on October 7. Gamesa plans to double its business in the Asian country with sales accounting for 30% of the total revenue in 2013 versus just 15% in 2009. The Spanish wind turbine maker also targets to double its capacity in China to over 1,000 MW in 2013.
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