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Wind turbine manufacturer, Gamesa, has won an order from Tata Power Renewable Energy for the supply of fifty machines of 2 MW capacity each.
The 100 MW wind farm is coming up at Nimbagallu in Andhra Pradesh, by May 2017. Gamesa will construct the wind farm for Tata Power Renewable and also maintain it under a separate contract.
The T-104 machines have been specifically designed for low wind regions such as Nimbagallu, says a press release from Gamesa.
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