Gamesa has signed agreements with three Chinese firms with a total 900 MW of wind turbine capacity in the Chinese capital of Beijing.
In a statement, the Spanish firm said it had signed memoranda of understanding with Longyuan, China Resources Power and Datang, which may culminate in firm contracts to supply 900 MW in turbine capacity in the coming months. In addition, Gamesa has been selected by Longyuan, a wind farm developer, to jointly develop 200 MW wind farms by 2015.
In the event that these agreements are finalized, Gamesa will begin a business relationship with a new power company, China Resources Power (CRP), while building on its existing relationships with Longyuan and Datang. With Datang, Gamesa is currently developing wind farms with capacity of 289 MW in the province of Liaoning.
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