Case study: Gamesa joins the off-grid power game with a wind-solar-diesel-battery microgrid package

Key Players

Gamesa is a top-10 global manufacturer of onshore wind turbines up to 5 MW in size, with over 33 GW of turbines deployed to date and an operations and maintenance portfolio of more than 21 GW of wind farms across Europe and Asia. In addition to its activities in wind, its subsidia...

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