Wind power in Spain: Gamesa lands a new 8-year wind energy contract to service 132 MW for Gestinver

The wind farm agreement includes the maintenance of 66 wind turbines of Gamesa 2.0 MW-2.5 MW platform.


Gamesa, a global technology leader in the wind power industry, has secured a new contract with Parques Eólicos Gestinver (a company 50%-owned by each of Gestamp Eólica and Genera Avante) to provide operation and maintenance (O&M) services for 132 MW located in five wind farms in Spain.

Under the terms of the agreement, Gamesa will perform maintenance services on 66 wind turbines of Gamesa 2.0-2.5 MW platform (11 G80-2.0 MW, 18 G87-2.0 MW and 37 G90-2.0 MW) located in Lugo, Coruña and Tarragona, Spain.

The new eight-year contract contains an option for a five year extension, and renews the operation and maintenance agreement Gamesa has had for the five wind farms since their commissioning.

O&M services, key to the company’s growth

Gamesa maintains over 20,000 MW for more than 200 customers worldwide through its O&M services area, a core component of the company’s end-to-end wind power offering.

The company views the delivery of effective O&M services as crucial to the creation of value in the development, usage and monetisation of a wind farm. To this end, it draws on its extensive range of programs to maximize wind farm energy output, boost turbine availability and lower O&M costs, all with a view to minimizing its customers’ cost of energy.