Gamesa to maintain a 69 MW wind farm in Italy


Wind energy specialist Gamesa has been contracted to maintain a wind farm in Sicily, Italy, for the next three years.

The company has entered into a new agreement with Swiss energy services provider Alpiq for the maintenance of a wind farm equipped with 46 ECO80 turbines and a total capacity of 69 MW.

Under the terms of the agreement, Gamesa will handle the maintenance work at the Ramacca wind farm, which was commissioned in June 2008, for the next three years.

Overall, Gamesa already services wind farms with a combined capacity of 1.1 GW in Italy.

Tanja Peschel / Gamesa

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