Spain’s biggest wind turbine manufacturer has received orders to supply 75 units in Brazil for projects from engineering company Grupo Serven and power utility Cia. Hidro-Eletrica do Sao Francisco.
Gamesa will engage with the Uniao dos Ventos wind complex, in the northeastern state of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil providing 54 turbines.
Owned by Serveng Energias Renovaveis, a unit of Serveng, the 113.4 MW wind power complex is slated to start operating by the end of 2017.
The Papagaio and Coqueirinho wind farms, jointly owned by Cia. Hidro-Eletrica do Sao Francisco, or Chesf, and developer Sequoia Energia, will receive 13 turbines. Their Tamandua Mirim 2 project in the northeastern state of Bahia will receive 8 turbines. The parks are planned to start operating in the first half of 2016.