Gamesa showcases progress on its new 2.5 MW and 5.5 MW wind turbines at the EWEA trade fair

Gamesa, presente en EWEA con la evolución de sus plataformas de 2,5 MW y 5,5 MWThe company highlights advances in the development of its new onshore and offshore turbines, set to land on the market in 2Q 2014 and 4Q 2014.

Gamesa, a global technology leader in wind energy, is exhibiting for the 10th consecutive year at the European Wind Energy Association’s (EWEA) trade fair, one of the industry’s premier events, in Vienna from 4-7 February.

At this year’s fair, the company is showcasing the development and evolution of its portfolio of products, all designed to provide competitive technological solutions and reduce its customers’ Cost of Energy (CoE).

Gamesa is also providing an overview of its technology’s development through its broad range of platforms and turbines: Gamesa 850 kW, Gamesa 2.0 MW and Gamesa 4.5 MW. At the same time, EWEA attendees can learn about Gamesa’s progress on developing its two new wind turbines: Gamesa 2.5 MW and Gamesa 5.5 MW (the latter suitable for both onshore and offshore use), which will become available beginning in the second and fourth quarters of 2014, respectively, with the aim of addressing growth in two of the wind energy segments forecast to post the sharpest increases in demand.

Innovation is a cornerstone of Gamesa’s business, and technological development of more efficient products adapted to a range of markets is one of its hallmarks.

The Gamesa 2.0 MW wind turbines improve competitive investment ratios per MW installed and cost of energy produced due to their versatile combination of a 2.0 MW unit power wind turbine and 5 different sized rotors: 80, 87, 90, 97 and 114 m diameters, to achieve maximum output in all types of settings and wind conditions, with current levels of fleet availability exceeding 98%.

In 2012, the company enhanced the platform with the launch of the G114-2.0 MW Class IIIA, which maximizes energy yields from low-wind sites.

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