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    Friday, July 24, 2015

    SPANISH WIND GOES GLOBAL

    Gamesa Secures Fresh Wind Energy Order Of 250 MW In India

    Smiti Mitai, July 23, 2015 (Clean Technica)

    “Independent [India] power producer Orange Powergen Limited has placed an order for 250 MW of wind turbines with [Spain’s] Gamesa for 3 separate wind energy projects, set to be located in 2 different states…Gamesa will supply 125 of its G97-2.0 MW Class S wind turbines to the projects. The wind turbines are ‘tailor-designed for the Indian market with a view to maximising turbine performance at low wind speed sites’ [according to Gamesa]…The turbines will be supplied to a 100 MW project…in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh and is set to be commissioned by March 2016. The state of Madhya Pradesh will host the other 2 projects, of 50 MW and 100 MW capacities each, both of which are expected to be operational by Q2 2016…Last year, Orange Powergen also secured a $40 million equity investment from AT Capital, a Singapore-based private equity fund…[and has] pledged to add 1.4 GW of wind energy capacity over the next 5-7 years.” click here for more

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