Revenues fell 28% to €1786m and the EBIT was €75m in the period, down 46%.
However, the wind turbine business remained profitable with an EBIT margin of 5.4%.
Gamesa says its results have also benefitted from its cost improvement programme, which saved €100m over the period.
By November, Gamesa says it had reached 100% of its guidance for the year with wind turbine orders of 2450 MW.
For 2011, Gamesa expects a volume guidance of 2.8-3.1 GW, and EBIT margins of 4-5% in the wind turbine division.
In its business plan for 2011-2013, Gamesa says it will focus on: cost of energy, growth and efficiency.
The aim is to reduce the cost for customers by 20% by 2013, and 30% by 2015 through enhanced reliability, efficiency and availability.
Furthermore, the Spanish company hopes to sell 4 GW of wind turbines by 2013.
Regional share of sales
- China: 29%
- Rest of Europe: 26%
- USA: 22%
- India: 9%
- Rest of world: 7%
- Spain: 7%