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Gamesa has reached a 20 MW supply agreement with Polish energy company Energa for the Myslino wind farm, located in Goscino, Poland.

The order encompasses the supply, installation and commissioning of 10 of Gamesa's G97-2.0 MW turbines. The turbines are slated for delivery in August.

Gamesa notes that it has installed a total of 625.4 MW in Poland since it won its first contract there in 2006. It has also developed, built and commissioned over 218 MW and currently has a pipeline of 467 MW at varying stages of development in the region.



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