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With 19 years' experience and 29,000 MW installed in 42 countries, Gamesa is a global technological leader in the wind industry. Its comprehensive response includes also the wind turbine's operation and maintenance services, that manages for more than 19,600 MW.

The company has production centres in the main wind markets: Spain and China, as the global production and supply hubs, while maintaining its local production capacity in India, US, and Brazil.

Sales outside Spain accounts for more than 88% of all MW sold in 2013.

Gamesa is also a world leader in the development, construction and sale of wind farms, having installed 6,400 MW and having a portfolio of more than 18,300 MW in Europe, America and Asia. 

The annual equivalent of its 29,000 MW installed amounts to more than 6,4 million tons of petroleum (TEP) per year and prevents the emission into the atmosphere of more than 40 million tonnes of CO2 per year.

Gamesa forms part of the main international sustainability indexes: FTSE4Good and Ethibel.

Business Plan 2013-2015

Gamesa's business strategy for the next three years -Business Plan 2013-2015- will address the immediate situation while laying the foundation to emerge stronger, in a position of leadership in the wind industry, through the following strategies and actions:

  • maintaining profitability, while maintaining the flexibility needed to continue growing
  • strengthening the balance sheet by reducing debt; supported by a new model of managing the wind farm development and sale business, which will enable the company to continue operating this business without consuming equity
  • focusing on key growth markets and segments: operation and maintenance (O&M) services
  • responding to demand and continuing to offer competitive technology solutions (Cost of Energy): launch of two new platforms - 2.5 MW and 5 MW (onshore and offshore).

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