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Gamesa has signed an agreement to supply 54 MW in India with an unidentified utility company.

The contract calls for the wind farm development, as well as the supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance for 10 years of 27 G97-2.0 MW turbines in Andhra Pradesh. The commissioning is scheduled to be completed by May 2014.

Gamesa notes it is present in India as both a technology provider and a wind farm developer. The company has installed over 900 MW and manages capacity of more than 800 MW under operations and maintenance agreements. As a wind farm developer, Gamesa says its pipeline in India stands at 4.3 GW.




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