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We increase our presence in Turkey, a country that, with a total hydropower capacity of more than 28 GW in the country, has been the first producer in hydroelectric power in Europe and the fourth in the world last year. The total supply for this project will be of two complete synchronous generators of 6.5 […]

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Nam Cau 1 and 2 hydropower plants consists of two small run-of-river reservoirs, forming an environmentally friendly solution to the growing energy demand in Vietnam. This will be the first renewable energy power plant operating in this area. Gamesa Electric will supply two complete synchronous generators of 6.6 MW each for Nam Cau 1 Hydropower […]

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The commissioning and performance test of Mata de Palma PV Plant, has been completed successfully. Located in San Antonio de Guerra, province of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) this project has a total capacity of 50 MW and will generate 110 GWh per year Mata de Palma solar park is one of the most important renewable […]

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Located in the Çekerek River in Central Anatolia Region in Turkey, this plant will have a total planned capacity of 16 MW. The total supply will be of 3 complete synchronous generators: 2 generators of 7.3 MW and one generator of 2,9 MW. With this new project, we keep on contributing to the development of […]

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With a total power of 45.386 MWac, Zafra PV Plant has been commissioned recently in Sevilla. According to the emission factors published by the Spanish Office of Climate Change (OECC), it will avoid the emission of 40,000 tons of CO2 per year into the atmosphere. Zafra is our third project in Spain utilizing our prefabricated […]

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Two Gamesa Electric hydroelectric generators of 9 MW each have been installed on Nam Tha 4 hydropower plant, located on Nam Tha Stream, about 30km away from Van Ban township. With a total capacity of 18 MW, this run-off-river plant is connected to the national electricity grid, contributing to the sustainability of power generation in […]

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Gamesa Electric will supply two complete synchronous generators, with a power of 5 MW each, for Giciye Hydro Power Plant III in Rwanda The project is located in the lower part of the Giciye River, West of the country, in the Nyabihu district, and will be installed together with two plants that are already operating […]

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With a capacity of 50MW, this project has been commissioned recently in Puerto Real (Cadiz). Miramundo is part of the agreement formalized last year with the same client for the supply of solar photovoltaic stations for five plants in Spain. With a total of 250 MW, 150 MW were awarded by the Government of Spain […]

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New contract for the supply of hydro generators for San Bartolome and Oibita hydropower plants Located in Oiba and Guapota, Colombia, the total supply will be of 4 complete synchronous generators of 11.8 MW each, together with their corresponding spare parts. Each plant will have a total planned capacity of 20 MW, with two generators […]

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The new Gamesa Electric PV 3750 HTD is the optimized version for desert environments of the successful 3.75 MVA solar inverter which, thanks to its enhanced cooling and extended derating, achieves up to 3.6% more production in environments with high temperatures and dust. The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) is the most important energy and […]

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Last December, we completed the commissioning and performance acceptance test for La Fernandina photovoltaic solar plant in Merida, Spain. The plant is Gamesa Electric’s first large solar project in Spain and will prevent the emission of around 40,000 tons/year of CO2 into the atmosphere. This is also the first of the three contracts that we […]

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The hydroelectric power station has a capacity of 9.9 MVA and replaces the previous one doubling its power. The new plant, which has one of our hydroelectric generators, was commissioned last July in the municipality of Drangedal, in the Norwegian province of Telemark. With a capacity of 9.9 MVA this plant replaces the previous installation […]

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