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Gamesa has signed a 32 MW order with TuuliWatti Oy, a wind power joint venture between Finnish energy company St1 Ltd. and national retail cooperative S-Group.

The agreement calls for the delivery, installation and start-up of seven G128 turbines, each with a capacity of 4.5 MW, at the Tornio wind farm in Finland. Gamesa will deliver the turbines in 2014.

This contract is included in a 2012 framework agreement with TuuliWatti for delivering 135 MW to outfit four wind farms in the country: At the end of 2011, both companies signed an agreement to supply 18 MW of Gamesa 4.5 MW wind turbines to the Simo wind farm and to perform operations and maintenance services for 10 years, with an option to extend the contract for another five years; as well as a new order to deliver 54 MW to the Pori wind farm in 2013 and 2014.





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