Follow us at  twitter
In the next few months Gamesa will open five new technology centres in the United States (Virginia), the United Kingdom, India (Chennai), Singapore and Brazil, adding to the five centres it currently operates in Spain, the US and China.

The Virginia and UK facilities will engage in the development of technology and offshore product, a market segment in which the company aims to become a major player in coming years.

Gamesa's 2011-2013 Business Plan calls for R&D investments of € 150 million euros. One of the cornerstones of the plan is Gamesa’s commitment to becoming a leader in offering its customers a lower cost of energy (CoE). To this end, it plans a 20 per cent reduction in the cost of energy through 2013, and a 30 per cent reduction by 2015. The programme for improving the cost of energy will be underpinned by an increase in the number of engineering hours (1.5 million annual engineering hours), a doubling of personnel devoted to R&D by 2013 and the company’s more than 150 patent families.
Joomla SEF URLs by Artio