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Gamesa India Commissions 1000 MW of Wind Power Projects in India

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Gamesa India, a global technology player in the wind industry, has said that the company has successfully commissioned 1000MW in India over the past four year period.

This achievement has helped Gamesa to become one of the preferred suppliers of wind power projects in the country, especially for Independent power producers.

Ramesh Kymal, Chairman & Managing Director, Gamesa India said, “This 1000MW have been remarkable for Gamesa India and we would like to take this opportunity to thank our customers, stakeholders and employees for their continuous support which has helped us emerge as a leading player in the Indian wind industry”.

K V Sajay, Vice President – Sales & Operations,  and Ramesh Kymal, Chairman & Managing Director, Gamesa India.
K V Sajay, Vice President – Sales & Operations, and Ramesh Kymal, Chairman & Managing Director, Gamesa India.

Speaking about Gamesa India’s future plan, he added : “Celebrating the success of commissioning 1000 MW, we will focus on the next phase of accelerated growth through innovative technology, expansion, larger market share and sustainable partnerships”.

Gamesa India recently commissioned its second state-of-the-art manufacturing unit at Mamandur, near Chennai, in South India, and has lined up plans to develop a vendor park near the location.

According to the company, it believes health and safety is the backbone of their sustainable growth and it has already registered an impressive safety track record of over 1700 days of accident free operations at its manufacturing facilities.

A spokesperson for the company said that Gamesa has been constantly engaging with the communities around their wind farms spread across seven states in the county, through its various community engagement initiatives in the areas of education and environment.

Being one of the top-six wind turbine makers in the world, Gamesa has invested more than Rs.1500 crores in India in the last four years. The company has contributed 22% to Gamesa group’s global revenue in 2013 and plans to increase it substantially in the forthcoming years.

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