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Gamesa has announced a new turnkey contract with Alternergy for the construction, supply and installation of a 54 MW wind farm in the Philippines. Gamesa notes this marks the third contract it has closed in this market, having signed orders totaling 144 MW in recent months.

Under the deal with Alternergy, Gamesa will install 27 of its G90-2.0 MW turbines at the Pililla wind farm, located on the Philippine island of Luzon. The company will also provide the operations and maintenance services at the facility for five years and build the infrastructure needed to install and operate the facility, including a substation.

Gamesa will execute the civil and electrical work together with a local Philippine consortium formed by Cendaur, Ati Consulting, Santa Clara and Airnergy. The wind farm is scheduled for completion during 2015.




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