By the end of 2020, the installed power will amount to 500 MW, expects the company

Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa Corporacion Tecnologica has been awarded a new contract by SC Blue Line Impex, a subsidiary of Italy-based Enel Green Power, for the supply of wind turbine generators in Romania amounting to a total power generation capacity of 104MW.

According to the company, the wind turbine order includes 52 Gamesa G87-2MW and G90-2MW wind turbines that will be destined to the Dealul Pietros, Cara Constantin and Corugea wind farms located in the North Dobrogea region of Romania.

The agreement includes the supply of the wind turbines, their installation and start-up, as well as their operation and of maintenance for two years. The contract includes an option for the supply of an additional 69 wind turbines for Romania.

Gamesa is a company engaged in sustainable energy technologies, mainly wind power. The company claims to be the market leader in Spain and is positioned among the world’s most important wind turbine generator manufacturers with a market share above 15% in 2007. Gamesa has installed more than 13,000 MW of its main product lines in 20 countries spread out over four continents. The annual equivalent of this production amounts to more than 2.78 million tons of petroleum (TPE) per year.