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Gamesa signs supply deal with Eolus Vind

Four Gamesa G114-2.0 MW turbines poised for Scandinavian market.
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Gamesa secures 10 year O&M extension for US wind farm

Gamesa has secured a ten-year full service operations and maintenance (O&M) contract for one of the largest operating wind farms in the eastern United States.
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Gamesa and Bard collaborate on offshore wind

Gamesa and Bard Holding GmbH will jointly develop and market offshore wind turbines and services under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
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Gamesa H1 profit tumbles 65% - ends Bard negotiations

Spanish wind turbine producer Gamesa saw a 65% tumble in net profit in the first half (H1) of 2010 to €22 million.
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Gamesa signs pair of wind power agreements for North American market

Deal calls for the supply of 290 MW in the MIdwest US and Mexico,
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Gamesa commissions first offshore wind turbine in Spain

The first offshore wind turbine installed in Spain has been commissioned by Gamesa, for installation at the Arinaga Quay in Gran Canaria (Canary Islands).
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Gamesa sells 48 MW Polish wind farm

Gamesa is selling the 48 MW wind farm in the Pomorskie region of Poland to the utility PGE Energia Odnawialna.
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Gamesa enters electric vehicle market

Gamesa is entering the electric vehicle and energy efficiency market, taking a stake in N2S, a Spanish start-up specialising in intelligent energy services management.
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Gamesa posts €1,297m revenue for 1H 2011

The wind turbine manufacturer credits internationalisation and efficiency for increases in its income and revenue.
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Gamesa offshore wind technology centre to Scotland

Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa plans to set up its offshore wind technology centre in Glasgow, Scotland, creating 130 jobs.
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Gamesa expands Chinese wind turbine manufacturing

Gamesa is tripling its investments in China through 2012 to expand and adapt its manufacturing centre for the development of its new wind turbine systems.
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Gamesa and Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding team up on offshore wind turbine technology

Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa and the shipbuilding division of US defence company Northrop Grumman Corporation have signed an agreement to launch Gamesa’s first prototype offshore wind turbine in the USA, and to jointly develop new offshore wind systems.
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Husum: Gamesa launches G9X 2 MW wind turbine platform

Gamesa presented its latest wind turbine platform, the G9X-2.0 MW, at Husum WindEnergy in Germany this week.
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Gamesa evaluates renewable energy from Spanish centres

Gamesa and the Spanish Federation of Technology Centres (FEDIT) have launched an initiative allowing Gamesa to identify and assess sustainable technology projects including renewable energy.
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Gamesa develops 600 MW of wind in China

Gamesa will develop 600 MW of wind projects in the Jilin province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in China with two Chinese partners.
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Gamesa delivers 900 MW of wind turbines to China

Gamesa has signed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with three Chinese companies that could result in the supply of 900 MW of wind turbines.
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Gamesa sells 38 MW Chestnut Flats wind farm to enXco

Gamesa has sold its 38 MW Chestnut Flats wind farm in Pennsylvania, USA, to EDF Energies Nouvelles' subsidiary enXco.
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Gamesa supplies 138 MW to Mexican isthmus

Gamesa has won a contract to supply 138 MW for a wind farm on Mexico's Isthmus of Tehuantepec, a narrow strip of land between the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean.
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Gamesa signs contract with CGN Wind Energy in China

49.3MW deal calls for Gamesa to supply 25 G97-2.0 MW turbines for a wind farm being built in Shandong province.
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Gamesa and Areva join forces

50/50 joint-venture aims to create leading player in the offshore wind market.
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Gamesa opens wind turbine blade factory in India

Gamesa has opened a wind turbine blades factory in India to supply the G5X-850 kW and G9X-2.0 MW wind turbines.
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Gamesa sells US$900m worth of US wind farms to Algonquin

Gamesa is selling four wind farms totalling 480 MW to Canadia Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp for approximately US$900 million.
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Gamesa and Toyota Spain join forces on electric vehicles

Gamesa and Toyota Spain will boost the use of electric vehicles in urban Spain under a collaboration agreement.
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Gamesa to supply E.ON with offshore wind technology

The wind turbine manufacturer will install its specialist offshore wind equipment in 2012.
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Gamesa invests in Indian wind power market

Wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa is expanding its presence in India by building new manufacturing plants and a wind power technology centre.
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Gamesa begins production of wind turbines in Brazil

The 400 MW wind turbine nacelle factory has created 100 jobs in the Northeast of Brazil
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500 MW Gamesa wind turbine plant in China

Gamesa is setting up a wind turbine manufacturing plant in China with an annual capacity of 500 MW.
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Gamesa sets up wind turbine nacelle facility in Brazil

Gamesa will set up a 300 MW wind turbine nacelle facility in Brazil following a memorandum of intentions with Jacques Wagner, Governor of the Brazilian state of Bahia.
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Gamesa wind turbines get GL certification

Gamesa’s G90 Class II wind turbine has been certified by GL Renewables Certification (GL).
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Gamesa builds three Spanish wind farms

Gamesa will build three wind farms totalling 140.6 MW in the Castile-Leon region of Spain for Spanish wind power developer Esquilvent.
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Gamesa opens wind turbine plant in India

Gamesa has set up an Indian subsidiary, Gamesa Wind Turbines Pvt Ltd, near Chennai, India, to produce the Gamesa G58-850 kW Wind Turbine.
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Gamesa supplies 70 MW to two Spanish wind farms

The 35 Gamesa G90-2.0 MW wind turbines will be installed at the two sites in Salamanca, Spain, in 2011.
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Gamesa opens fifth wind turbine facility in China

Gamesa has inaugurated its fifth factory, which will assemble 2 MW nacelles for the G9X wind turbine range with an annual capacity of 500 MW, in China in the city of Da’an in Jilin province.
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Gamesa delivers 300 MW of wind to China

Gamesa will deliver 300 MW of wind turbines to China Resources Power’s renewable energy arm, China Resources New Energy Group.
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Gamesa sells wind farms totalling 16 MW to Allianz in France

Gamesa has sold two wind farms in France totalling 16 MW to Allianz Renewable Energy Partners IV Ltd.
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Gamesa signs deal with Greek Terna Energy

Five-year contract calls for Gamesa to service 116 MW farms in Poland and Bulgaria.
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Gamesa to supply 100 MW of wind turbines to Greenko in India

Deal is part of a 300 MW framework agreement reached in 2013, under which orders for 250 MW for installation at various wind complexes have already materialised.
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Gamesa supplies 10 MW of turbines for Ontario wind farm

Gamesa will supply five of its G97 2 MW wind turbines for the 10 MW wind farm planned in Highgate, Ontario, Canada, marking the first Canadian project for the Spanish company.
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Gamesa and Iberdrola end wind farm agreement

The two Spanish companies will continue to work together to strengthen their positions in the wind energy industry.
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Gamesa’s net profit fell 75% in Q1 2010

Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa’s net profit fell 75% in the first quarter of 2010 to €8 million in a difficult macroeconomic environment.
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Automating wind turbine blade manufacture

Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica and M.Torres Diseños Industriales will cooperate on R&D for a new concept for wind turbine blade design, as well as on an automated wind turbine blade manufacturing process.
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Gamesa hit by uncertain markets – wind energy cushions fall

Gamesa has been hit by the financial and a difficult regulatory backdrop in the first 9 months of 2010, with its net profit tumbling 71% to €25 million.
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Gamesa renews wind turbine O&M contract with Società Energie Rinnovabili

Gamesa to service SER's entire wind turbine fleet in Italy.
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Gamesa signs 48-MW supply agreement with China-based Everbright

As part of the deal, Gamesa will install 24 units of the G97-2.0 MW at Changfangshan wind farm, located in the Shanxi province.
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Gamesa signs turbine deal with 3 Chinese companies

The agreement, which could result in contracts to supply 900 MW of turbines, is the first to be signed by Chinese and Spanish companies in the wind energy sector.
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Gamesa secures wind turbine O&M contract from GDF SUEZ

Agreement calls for Gamesa to upgrade 19 wind turbines in the south of France.
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Gamesa secures design certification for 5MW offshore wind turbine

Gamesa has secured independent design certification for its G128 5MW offshore wind turbine, paving the way for the company to install the first prototype of the model in an offshore setting.
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Gamesa scoops wind innovation award for second time

Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa has won the JEC Innovation award for wind energy for the second year running, this time for one of its modular blades, the Innoblade.
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Gamesa unveils 2MW wind turbine for low wind speeds

Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa is to launch a new 2MW turbine, which it says is ideally suited for developments on sites with low wind speeds.
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Gamesa turbines sold to New Zealand wind farm

Gamesa has entered the Asia-Pacific market with the sale of 9 wind turbines to Pioneer Generation for a New Zealand wind farm.
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Gamesa’s 2009 results down – difficult year

Gamesa reports an overall fall in results for 2009 as a difficult market slowed down wind developments.
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Iberdrola sells 10% stake in Gamesa

Spanish energy company Iberdrola has sold a 10% stake in wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa for €391.7 million resulting in a capital gain for Iberdrola of €112m.
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Gamesa India strengthens local wind turbine supply chain

Gamesa India has met with 52 of its wind turbine component suppliers “to make progress on standards for quality, response capability and the development of efficiency improvement solutions.”
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Gamesa meets FY sales forecast in first three quarters

Gamesa has met its sales forecast for the full year of 2011 by the end of the third quarter, with 2805 MW – 94% of which has been outside Spain.
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Gamesa delivers 200 MW of wind turbines to Egypt

Gamesa will deliver 100 of its G80-2.0 MW wind turbines to the New & Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) for a total of 200 MW of wind projects in the Gulf of El-Zayt on Egypt’s Red Sea coast.
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Gamesa designs wind course for Mexican university

Gamesa and the University of Istmo, located in Oaxaca, Mexico, have agreed to develop specialist wind power learning in the region, the windiest part of Mexico.
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Gamesa sells a 25.5 MW wind farm to Eren

Greece-based wind farm comprises 30 G52-850 kW wind turbines.
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Gamesa signs new contract for the supply of 110 of its G114-2.0 MW turbines in Brazil

This 220 MW contract marks the largest single order for the G114-2.0 MW to date.
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Gamesa concludes turnkey construction of its first wind farm in Chile

36 MW project will feature 18 Gamesa G90-2.0 MW wind turbines.
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GES installs Gamesa offshore prototype

Gamesa has recently developed its first offshore prototype, with installation by GES, a provider of construction and maintenance services for the wind and solar industry.
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Gamesa sells two wind farms to Aiwanger

Germany-based wind farms boast an aggregate installed capacity of 18.5 MW.
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Gamesa prototype wind turbine produces 104.6 MWh in one day

Gamesa's G10X-4.5 MW prototype wind turbine, installed in Alaiz, Navarra, Spain, has set an energy output record for its type, generating electricity for 23.24 equivalent hours at nominal capacity (98.26% of the day), for a total of 104.6 MWh.
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Gamesa Q1 profit soars on new markets

Gamesa has seen a 67% jump in net profit to €13 million in the first quarter (Q1) of 2011 with international markets driving sales.
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Gamesa sells 30 MW Catalonian wind farm to Greentech

Gamesa is selling a 30 MW wind farm development in Tarragona, Spain, to wind farm developer Greentech Energy Systems.
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Gamesa still no. 1 wind turbine provider in Spain

Gamesa maintains its number one position in the Spanish wind market with a 2010 market share of 50.18% – an increase from 2009’s 34.4%.
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Gamesa supplies 258 MW of wind turbines to Brazil

Gamesa will supply 129 wind turbines totalling 258 MW for 9 wind farms in Brazil to be developed by Iberdrola Renovables.
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Gamesa seeks offshore turbine spots on Spanish wind farm

Gamesa is hoping to install four wind turbines in an experimental Spanish offshore station.
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Gamesa launches low-wind 4.5 MW wind turbine

Gamesa has launched its low-wind wind turbine, G136-4.5 MW Class III, at the Hannover Messe 2011.
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Gamesa secures offshore wind centre site in Scotland

Gamesa has secured a site for its Offshore Wind Technology Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, which could see the creation of 40 jobs.
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Gamesa comes with the wind to Sweden

Gamesa has signed three new wind power contracts in Sweden in the last four months including 20 MW of the G9X 2 MW wind turbines to Triventus and Spanish Power, and two G58 850 kW turbines to Eolus Vind AB.
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RWE Innogy expands Polish wind farm portfolio with purchase from Gamesa

RWE Innogy has commenced operation of the 14MW Krzecin onshore wind farm in Poland.
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Gamesa and Iberdrola enter 3.8 GW wind turbine agreement

Gamesa and Iberdrola have signed a new framework agreement for a minimum of 50% of the total wind turbine fleet Iberdrola buys for its renewable energy business on Spanish and international markets between 2013 and 2022 – or until reaching a total of 3.8 GW.
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Gamesa announces two new wind projects in Brazil

Latest deal entails the installation of 49 G97-2.0 MW turbines for CER and Ventos dos Guarás I Energias Renováveis.
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Gamesa supplies first low-wind turbine

Gamesa has signed an agreement to supply of 20 MW of its new G114-2.0 MW turbines, which are designed to yield more power at lower cost at medium and low-wind speed sites.
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Gamesa turbine awarded first type certificate under DNV GL’s wind guideline GL2010

Certified G97-2.0 MW turbine is the first to be equipped with Gamesa’s infused blade.
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Gamesa to supply 23 turbines to India

Gamesa plans to supply 23 GAMESA G97 2.0 MW wind turbines, producing 46 MW of power, to ITC Paperboards and Specialty Papers Division, subsidiary of the Indian group ITC.
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Gamesa and NREL collaborate on next-gen wind turbines

Gamesa and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) are collaborating on next generation wind turbines for the US market.
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Goal of 50% UK content in UK wind farms

At a meeting of the Offshore Developers Forum, co-chaired by Department of Energy and Climate Change Minister Charles Hendry, it has been put forward that UK firms should provide more than 50% of the content of future wind farms.
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Scotland and North East England vie for Gamesa investment

Gamesa's plans to invest £150 million in offshore wind manufacturing, maintenance and logistics in the UK, have led to two ports vying for the contract.
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Gamesa to supply 202 MW of turbines to Iberdrola

Gamesa, a global technology leader in wind energy, has signed an agreement with Iberdrola under which it will supply the company with 202 MW of turbines in the US.
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Globeleq moves forward with plans to build more wind generation in Central America

Construction of two wind power projects exceeding 75MW slated to begin in Costa Rica and Honduras.
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European, Asian wind turbine OEMs to collaborate

Several companies are discussing fundamentally different strategies for either global outsourcing for components or internally combining manufacturing processes for wind turbines.
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FIM acquires Mynydd Portref wind farm

FIM Services has acquired the 9.35 MW Mynydd Portref wind farm in Wales from Tegni Cymru Cyf (TCC).
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Gamesa launches online wind forecaster

Wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa has launched an online wind forecasting tool for wind farms, the Mega system.
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Interview: Gamesa's India Adventure

Ramesh Kymal, chairman & managing director of Gamesa Wind Turbines Private Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Spain's Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica SA, talks to Sarosh Bana about Gamesa's plans for India.
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RWE Innogy increases Polish wind power project portfolio with Gamesa takeover

Germany's RWE Innogy has acquired the Taciewo onshore wind farm in northeast Poland from Spain's Gamesa.
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Gamesa halts U.S. offshore wind prototype installation

The company blames the U.S. market and regulatory conditions for postponing installation of the offshore prototype near Cape Charles, Va. - which the Virginia Marine Resources Commission (VMRC) approved earlier this year.
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Gamesa eyes Scotland for offshore wind manufacturing base

Gamesa is in talks with the Port of Leith, Scotland, for its offshore wind manufacturing base – including blade and nacelle plants, port logistics and O&M services.
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Gamesa and Iberdrola build 102 MW wind farm in Honduras

Gamesa and Iberdrola Ingeniería y Construcción will build the 102 MW Cerro de Hula wind farm in Honduras for is Mesoamérica Energy.
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Gamesa prizes for wind turbine innovation patents

Gamesa has held its inaugural 2010 Patents and Inventors Contest recognising two patent for wind turbine innovations among its employees.
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Gamesa opens global offshore wind headquarters in London

Gamesa will locate its global offshore wind headquarters in London with plans to invest up to €150 million by 2014.
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Gamesa sets up wind turbine materials R&D lab in Singapore

Gamesa is setting up a technology laboratory in Singapore focusing on materials research and development for wind turbines.
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RWE Innogy acquires two new wind farms in Poland

RWE Innogy has more than doubled its wind capacity in Poland following the purchase of Gamesa's 32 MW Piecki wind farm and the 35 MW Tychowo site.
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Wind bracing itself for slower 2009

Emerging Energy Research’s (EER) 2008 Wind Turbine Market Share Update shows that banking on long-term growth, turbine manufacturers push capacity investments while bracing for slower 2009.
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Gamesa supplies 26 wind turbines to Spanish windfarms

Gamesa is supplying 26 of its G87, 2 MW wind turbines to ENEL Unión Fenosa Renovables (EUFER) for two windfarms in Spain.
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IKEA invests in German wind farms

Gamesa, the Spanish wind turbine group, sells 6 recently developed wind farms in Germany to the IKEA Group.
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Husum: Gamesa O&M partner for 21 wind farms in France and Germany

Gamesa has won a €7.4 million operation and maintenance (O&M) contract for 21 wind farms totalling 163 MW from Iberdrola Renovables in France and Germany.
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Gamesa supplies 20 MW of wind turbines to Turkey

Gamesa will supply 20 MW of wind turbines to Kiroba Elektrik Uretim for the Madranbaba wind farm in Aydin, Turkey.
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Gamesa’s 2010 hit by financial crisis

Gamesa saw a 54% dip in net profits to €50 million in 2010 compared to 2009, as the financial crisis impacted demand.
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Gamesa's 4.5 MW wind turbine prototype reaches milestone

The prototype of Gamesa's G128 4.5 MW wind turbine erected at an R&D wind farm in Jaulín, Zaragoza, Spain, reached 97.34 MWh operating at 100% availability on 6 November.
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Gamesa supplies 50 MW of wind turbines to China's Longyuan

Gamesa is supplying 50 MW of its G97-2.0 MW wind turbines to China's Longyuan for a wind farm in Ningxia, China.
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Gamesa sells two Spanish wind farms to Gas Natural

Gamesa is selling two wind farms located in Lugo and Tarragona, Spain, totalling 42 MW to Gas Natural.
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AREVA and Schneider Electric form strategic partnership

Agreement supports the development ofenergy management and storage solutions based on hydrogen fuel cell technology.
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Gamesa completes installation of 5 MW prototype in Alaiz, Spain

Assembly marks the start of onshore turbine’s validation process.
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Stable Federal policy needed to establish US offshore wind

Original equipment and wind turbine manufacturers say stable Federal policies are needed to establish a US offshore wind industry at the Offshore WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition in Baltimore, MD, USA, this week.
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UK to spend £60m on ports for offshore wind industry

The UK Government has announced £60 million in funding to establish offshore wind manufacturing at British ports.
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Gamesa et al plan 15 MW offshore wind turbine

Gamesa together with other companies and research institutions are looking at developing a 15 MW offshore wind turbine by 2020.
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Gamesa and Eolia develop wind farms in Mexico

Gamesa and Eolia Renovables de Inversiones will develop two wind energy projects in Mexico, for which Gamesa will supply wind turbines with a combined installed capacity of 324 MW.
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Industry refutes claims that investment in UK wind is in danger

Recent press reports that billions of pounds of investment in UK wind power is in jeopardy because of wavering Government commitment to the technology are "overblown", the UK Renewables industry has said.
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Boralex acquires French wind power project

The 32 MW La Vallée project is located near the river Indre
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Availon wins Italian wind farm maintenance contract

Deal covers upkeep of two Italian wind farms from Alpiq Holding Ltd with a capacity of 124 MW.
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Gamesa reports net profit of €31 million for nine months

Gamesa reported €31 million euro in net profit in the first nine months of 2013, contrasting with a loss of €67 million in the same period last year.
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Iberdrola to build 102.85 MW windfarm in Mexico

The construction contract for the 102.85 MW La Venta III windfarm in Mexico has bee awarded to Iberdrola Renovables by the Mexican Federal Electricity Commission (CFE).
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Gamesa to invest €50m in renewable energy companies

Gamesa will invest up to €50 million over the next five years to buy stakes in companies developing promising renewable energy technologies.
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Iberdrola secures half of Hungary’s wind energy market

Three wind farms in Hungary have been sold to Spanish company Iberdrola Renovables.
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Gamesa signs first wind turbine supply contract in Jordan

Deal calls for Gamesa to supply 33 G97-2.0 MW turbines at a facility being developed by Elecnor.
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European and U.S. OEMs dominate global wind market as Chinese OEMs falter

Another day, another top ten turbine manufacturer list: this time it's MAKE Consulting, and it has Vestas at number 1.
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New contracts to boost Chinese wind industry

Spanish wind farm manufacturer Gamesa receives new contracts in China to supply 197 wind turbines with a combined capacity of 251 MW.
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UK: Scotland and England need each other to become European offshore wind leaders

The UK government has stepped up its entreaties to Scotland to jointly develop a world-class renewables industry with its UK neighbours as part of the Union.
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BNEF: GE and Vestas "neck and neck in 2012"

Research by Bloomberg New Energy Finance shows that General Electric of the US and Vestas of Denmark were tied for pole position among turbine manufacturers in the world wind market in 2012 - a record year that saw 48.4GW of new capacity installed.
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Fall in 2009 wind energy orders will affect 2010 revenues - Frost & Sullivan

The fall in orders for wind energy in 2009 will affect revenues in 2010, analyst Frost & Sullivan predicts.
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Iberdrola creates Scottish offshore wind energy division

Iberdrola Renovables will base an offshore wind division in Glasgow, Scotland, to promote wind energy projects that will amount to 10 GW of capacity.
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US Departments Treasury, Energy surpass US$1bn milestone in Recovery Act awards for renewable energy projects.

At a White House meeting to discuss the American Recovery Act, US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Energy Secretary Steven Chu hosted a group of renewable energy developers and manufacturers, announcing US$550 million in new awards to these companies bringing the total amount to more than US$1...
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European governments help Egypt to build Zafarana windfarm

The Danish, German and Spanish governments have helped Egypt set up the 360 MW Zafarana windfarm near the Gulf of Suez.
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Snapshot: Spain in a nutshell

José Luis Briceño, director of Industry and Technology at the Trade Commission of Spain gives us some facts and figures from Spain’s renewables sector
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Scottish 2020 Routemap for 100% renewable electricity

The Scottish Government has released its 2020 Routemap for 100% renewable electricity and 30% overall renewable energy in Scotland by 2020.
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6th Annual Wind Energy Operations & Maintenance Summit set for 15-17 of April

Conference spans a host of issues, from reducing O&M costs, optimising production, data gathering and analysis, and much more.
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Goldwind launches “ultra-low” wind speed turbine

Chinese wind turbine manufacturer Goldwind has launched its new wind turbine, designed for “ultra-low” wind speeds.
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Global wind turbine market competition intensifies

The global wind turbine market is seeing fierce competition, especially in China, according to MAKE Consulting's 2012 Global Wind Turbine Market Share report.
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UK: Renewable Energy Generation secures €15m finance for Burnthouse turbines

The company has now purchased the three turbines, three 2MW G80 turbines, from Spanish manufacturer Gamesa.
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Solar water purification systems donated to Japan

WorldWater & Solar Technologies Inc and Gamesa are donating two solar driven water purification systems, Mobile MaxPure®(MMP), to Japan.
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India powers ahead on renewable energy

Part 2. Energy-starved India is becoming a vibrant market for renewable energy. This bodes well for a country that has often seen its industrial and economic growth inhibited by a truncated supply of conventional power.
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Innovation in wind development

Despite tricky times of late, innovations in aerodynamics, drive train and intelligent operation – should help drive the cost of wind energy back down again.
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Danish mega wind turbine test centre

Denmark’s Risø DTU is building a test centre for large wind turbines at Østerild in North-Western Jutland.
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All Energy 2012 preview: new features revealed

Seven weeks ahead of doors opening in Aberdeen, All-Energy 2012, one of the UK’s largest renewables exhibitions, has revealed three new “zones” that will be featured in the show.
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UK ports: ready for Round 3?

Part 2. As the UK gears up for the Round 3 offshore wind installations, George Marsh asks whether critical parts of the infrastructure – i.e. the ports – are ready. This installment looks at ports in the South and West of the UK, as well as those losing out.
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India powers toward renewable energy: Part II

In the second instalment of this three-part exclusive, Sarosh Bana discusses the dynamics of the Indian solar market relative to other renewable energy segments in the country.
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Renewable Power Generation - 2011 figures

Special report. Part three: Wind market still on the up and dominated by China
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New standard will increase confidence in floating offshore wind turbines – DNV KEMA

DNV KEMA has released a new standard for floating offshore wind turbine structures which it says will give the nascent floating-turbine sector the confidence to continue its development to commercial maturity.
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How to get the best offshore wind turbine reliability

Part 1. Offshore turbines need to be more reliable than their onshore counterparts. How is this creating divergence in approach as the offshore turbine industry evolves?
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Reports shows job potential in US renewable energy sector

Four of the top publicly-traded clean tech employers in the United States are renewable energy companies from abroad.
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Investing in wind power

Understanding the fundamentals of the wind energy industry, and its past successes and failures, is key to investing in wind power and making profits in the sector. Nick Hodge, co-author of a new book that helps investors invest in the renewable energy sector, takes a look at the risks and opport...
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Mexico wind project gets Obama seal of approval

Setting up operations in a new country is always a risk, especially in the emerging markets. Mexico, in Latin America, is one such market, but an increasing number of companies are now active there – including EDF Energy and Clipper Windpower.
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Market focus: renewables development in Hamburg

With the influx of firms to the region gaining pace, a 40% boom in renewables employment between 2011–2015 is forecast for Hamburg.
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Building wind farms

Part one: the precarious construction phase of a wind farm development needs careful preparation.
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Global wind power set for steady growth to 2020

The global wind energy market, which saw capacity grow 22.3% from 2009 to 2010, is set to see continued steady growth to 2020, according to GlobalData's report Wind Power - Global Market Size, Turbine Market Share, Installation Prices, Regulations and Investment Analysis to 2020.
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UK invests heavily in renewables

The UK has seen announcements worth £4.7 billion into renewables, supporting 15,000, in the period April 2011 to February 2012, and more is underway.
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Generation innovation for wind turbines

Part two: We continue our focus on cost reduction in wind energy, and ask some major innovators in the sector where we are heading for in the major markets.
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Wind energy – the offshore conundrum

Wind power, as the fastest growing segment of the energy sector, has become big business and how it thrives has a profound influence on the reinforced plastics industry. It continues to draw in large volumes of material, used for the rotor blades that drive the turbines, but there are questions o...
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Suzlon feels the need for speed

Suzlon needs little introduction. The wind turbine manufacturer embodies the rise of renewable energy, perhaps more than any other company in the world. Founded in India in 1995, the wind group now ranks fifth worldwide and had a 7.7% share of the global turbine manufacturing market in 2006. It i...
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Wind turbine blade production – new products keep pace as scale increases

Production challenges grow as wind turbines get bigger, and some blades now exceed 80 m in length. So what are some of the new products and processes being developed to meet the needs of utility-scale blade producers?
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Renewable Power Generation - 2010 figures

Special report. Part three: Wind market achieves steady year in 2010...
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Offshore coup, China style

Despite some high profile WTO successes for the West, China plans to dominate its offshore wind sector in the long term.
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US wind industry plans for the worst

America's wind industry recently marked a landmark achievement: 50GW of installed capacity. But the jubilation was short lived.
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Wind in Brazil: a current picture

Steve Sawyer, Secretary General of the Global Wind Energy Council, gives us an overview of the Brazilian wind power market, stressing it's not all a bed of roses…
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Wind Power: 200 BC to 2010...

Wind devices date all the way back to vertical axis wind mills from the Persian-Afghanistan borders around 200 BC, to today’s efforts to develop 10 MW wind turbines...
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Wind turbine blade production – new products keep pace as scale increases

The wind energy industry is one of the fastest-growing consumers of fibre reinforced plastics in the world. Production challenges are compounded as the scale of wind turbines continues to climb. Blades, among the most complex parts to mould, now exceed 80 m in length and are getting longer. We re...
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Market report: South Korea and its renewable energy ambition

Part 3. Notably, Korea's powerful family-owned conglomerates (known locally as Chaebol) are now are muscling their way into the solar and wind spheres.
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Community, crowd and conversion

George Marsh looks at the growing trend for community ownership of renewable energy projects across the world, from Europe to North America and beyond, assessing why it is becoming more popular.
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Corporates' venture

Corporate venture capital could prove the vital lifeline for renewable energy developers facing an exodus of private equity investors from the market.
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US renewable electricity standard - 274,000 jobs

A US national renewable electricity standard (RES) of 25% by 2025 could create thousands of jobs and help fledgling industries like wind grow, as short-term tax benefits expire.
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Wind turbine producers step into ten league boots

Wind turbines are getting bigger, driven by economies of scale and the need to increase ‘power per tower’ at wind farms, especially offshore. George Marsh explores the megaturbine seascape.
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