German fund buys 56 MW wind turbines from Gamesa

Gamesa, global leader in technology in the wind energy sector, has signed an agreement with the German real capital asset manager KGAL GmbH & Co. KG for the sale of three wind farms in France and one in Germany, with a total installed capacity of 56 MW, to KGAL’s renewable energy fund for institutional investors – European Sustainable Power Fund 2.

The farms Quatre Vallées I and Quatre Vallées II, with a capacity of 12 MW and 20 MW respectively, are both situated in the region Champagne-Ardennes, in Northeastern France, while the Souvigné farm, of 8 MW, is located in the region Poitou-Charentes, in the West of France. They are all equipped with the G90X-2.0 MW wind turbine. Souvigné and Quatre Vallées I are already active and the construction of Quatre Vallées II will start soon.

Meanwhile, the German Sarow farm of 16 MW, in the Northeast of the country, in the Mecklenburg-West Pomerania State, is under construction, and will also be equipped with the G90X-2.0 MW turbine.

Gamesa’s presence in France dates back to the year 2000. Since then, as a wind power developer, the company has set up 126 MW in France and has a portfolio of 661 MW in different stages of development.

In this market, Gamesa is also a reference industrial group, with the installation of 648 MW. In addition, the company is currently developing Operating and Maintenance services (O&M) for 30 wind farms with a capacity of more than 406 MW in the country.