According to the company, the wind turbines ordered amount to a total of 347 units from the Gamesa G5X-850kW platform manufactured at Gamesa’s production facilities in Tianjin, China. These turbines will be destined to different wind farms located in several Chinese provinces.

The scope of the order includes the supply of wind turbine generators, the supervision of their assembly and start-up, along with two years of operation and maintenance. These projects are part of the framework agreement entered into by both companies for different wind energy projects.

The company claims that the annual production of these installations’ 335.75 MW will replace 63,414 tons of petroleum equivalent (TPE) per year and avoid the emission into the atmosphere of 442,425 tons of CO2 a year.

Gamesa is a company engaged in sustainable energy technologies, mainly wind power. It claims to have installed more than 13,000 MW of its main product lines in 24 countries spread out over four continents. The annual equivalent of this production amounts to more than 2.78 million tons of petroleum (TEP)/year and prevents the emission into the atmosphere of more than 20.6 million tons of CO2/year.