Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa has landed its first order in Belgium

The units will be delivered during the third quarter and the wind farm will start generating in December

The company will supply seven of its G114 2.5MW machines (pictured) at the 17.5MW Berloz wind farm in the east of the country. The facility is being jointly developed by EDF Luminus, a subsidiary of French utility EDF, and Eneco Wind Belgium, a subsidiary of Dutch utility Eneco, between the Walloon towns of Berloz and Geer in the province of Liege. In addition to supplying, installing and commissioning the turbines Gamesa will service the wind farm for 15 years. Deliveries are scheduled in August and the project is expected to start generating by year-end.

The order is Gamesa’s second for its new G114 2.5MW model, which is designed for class 2 wind speed sites, following a contract to supply 15MW to John Laing. Meanwhile, the manufacturer has received another order from EDF Energies Nouvelles for the supply, installation and commissioning of 14 G58 850kW turbines at the Joncels wind farm in the southern French region of Languedoc-Roussillon.

The units will be delivered during the third quarter and the wind farm will start generating in December.

To receive more information on this article, our Newsletter or find out more about what w3.windfair.net has to offer, please, do not hesitate to contact Trevor Sievert at ts@windfair.net.

Please don't forget to follow us on Twitter: w3.windfair.net on Twitter

w3.windfair.net is the largest international B2B internet platform in wind energy – ultimately designed for connecting wind energy enthusiasts and companies across the globe.

Gamesa Eólica
Edited by Trevor Sievert, Online Editorial Journalist / by Gamesa Staff

Keyword Search

© smart dolphin Gmbh 1999 - 2021 | Legal Notice | Windfair Editors | Privacy Policy | The Windfair Pocket Wind 2020