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Gamesa has landed a contract to supply 138 MW for a wind farm that Renovalia, via its subsidiary Desarrollos Eolicos Mexicanos de Oaxaca, will build on Mexico's Tehuantepec Isthmus.

The contract encompasses the wind farm's civil engineering and electrical work, the installation of 69 Gamesa 2.0 MW turbines, and operation and maintenance services for a period of five years, with an option to extend for another five years.

Gamesa will deliver 10 turbines totaling 20 MW this year, with the remaining 128 MW sent in 2014. The commissioning is scheduled for the third quarter of next year.



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