Follow us at  twitter
Siemens Gamesa and Repsol have signed two new contracts for the supply of 40 SG 5.0-145 onshore turbines for six wind farms in Spain, totalling 200MW.
The first of the two contracts that the two companies have signed includes four wind farms in the province of Palencia, Northern Spain, and are part of Repsol's Pi project. These will use 28 wind turbines with a total capacity of 140 MW.

The second contract will involve the installation of two wind farms in the province of Zaragoza, Northeast of Spain, as part of Repsol's Delta II project. In this case, 12 onshore turbines totaling 60 MW will be installed. The two contracts include the maintenance of the six wind farms for a period of five years.
The 40 nacelles of these wind turbines will be assembled at the Siemens Gamesa plant in Agreda (Soria); the gearboxes will be produced at the plants in Asteasu (Guipúzcoa), Lerma (Burgos) and the city of Burgos; and the electrical components, at the factories in Reinosa (Cantabria), San Fernando de Henares (Madrid) and Benisanó (Valencia).
Following this agreement, Repsol will have eight wind farms employing Siemens Gamesa technology, reaching a total of 324MW.
Joomla SEF URLs by Artio