Siemens Gamesa gets order in Mexico

The wind turbine manufacturer is cementing its role as a market leader in the Central American country.

Siemens Gamesa has received a 76 MW order to the Mexican market, reveals the major manufacturer in a press release. Project developer Fuerza and Energía Limpia de Tizimín have ordered 36 G114-2.1MW turbines from the wind turbine manufacturer for the Tizimín project in the state of Yucatán. The farm is expected to begin operation next year and the order comes with a five-year service agreement.

The order cements the wind turbine manufacturer's dominating role in Mexico. Gamesa has been active in the Latin American country since 1999, where the Spanish manufacturer has installed approximately 2 GW, more than any other manufacturer. This is the first time that an order has been signed with Guerza in Mexico, but the two parties have recently collaborated on a 100 MW project in Uruguay.

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