Gamesa Wind Turbine Sets New Output Record for Spain

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One of Gamesa’s G10X-4.5 MW wind turbines, located near Alaiz (Navarra, Spain), set a new output record for a wind turbine in Spain on July 1. “The turbine generated electricity for a total of 107.82 MWh (98.26% of the day at nominal capacity and 100% of availability).”

The previous record was 104.6 MWh and was set by the same turbine back in March of this year.

“Gamesa has erected in Spain three G10X-4.5 MW prototypes in Jaulin and Cabezo Negro (Zaragoza) and in Alaiz.”

For more, check out: Gamesa’s G10-4.5 MW prototype wind turbine at Alaiz sets a new output record for a turbine in Spain.


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