Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Beijing,  Chaoyang District 
  • Booth: H9

Visit Siemens Gamesa at booth #H9 for wind power projects.

United, Siemens Wind Power and Gamesa join forces to create a leader in the wind power market with presence in more than 90 countries worldwide, 75 GW installed, 27,000 employees and the broadest portfolio in the industry.

Brands: United, Siemens Wind Power and Gamesa join forces to create a leader in the wind power market.

 Press Releases

  • Siemens Gamesa successfully installed the first G114-2.0 with T153m, the tallest WTG in ASIA. 

    The project is owned by the company Gunkul Engineering PCL, implying the installation of 33 turbines with total capacity of 67.5 MW at the Sarahnlom wind farm. All of the turbines at this wind complex will be equipped with 153-metre tall steel towers (roughly half the height of New York's Chrysler Building); factoring in its 56-metre blades, they will reach a total height from ground to blade tip of around 210 metres.

    Siemens Gamesa achieved the contract - 18 units of the G114-2.0 MW model and 15 of the G114-2.1 MW - the turbines will also be the longest ever supplied by Siemens Gamesa.

     “Siemens Gamesa's R&D team has achieved a major technological feat by designing such tall towers. We are demonstrating once again our ability to respond to what the market needs and the versatility of our turbines”, said Alvaro Bilbao, Chairman& CEO of APAC, Siemens Gamesa.

    The turbines were supplied the first quarter of 2017 and will be commissioned the same year. In addition, Siemens Gamesa will maintain the complex for the next 10 years.

    In addition to Thailand, Siemens Gamesa's Asian footprint extends to Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, China and India, having installed over 11,136 MW in these markets.


  • G126-2.5 MW
    1.Benchmark in return for low wind sites
    2.Best Turbine Onshore to 2.9 MW awarded by the publication WindPower Monthly...

  • Gamesa maintains its unwavering commitment to continue developing the best technological solutions for its clients while reducing the cost of energy of its products as much as possible. One example is Gamesa’s latest technological design unveiled for its 2.5 MW product line, the new G126-2.5 MW IIIA wind turbine. Intended for low-wind sites, with this new model Gamesa will provide clients with the most competitive class III product on the market in the 2 to 3 MW power capacity segment.The new G126-2.5 MW IIIA wind turbine, featuring a new 126-meter rotor combined with a 2.5 MW generator, is a benchmark for return in the main segment of the onshore wind power market, which is among the most competitive.

    The knowledge acquired through the launching of Gamesa’s latest products has been a key factor in the design of this new model. With an optimized product development methodology and new testing and validation procedures, the time to market for this new turbine has been significantly reduced. Thanks to an extremely low power density, excellent capacity factor and reduced cost of energy, the G126-2.5 MW wind turbine has received a remarkable welcome in the sector and is destined to take its place as an industry leader alongside
    Gamesa’s G114-2.0 MW wind turbine. As a matter of fact, the G126-2.5 MW model has recently been awarded Best Turbine
    Of The Year 2016 in the category of less than 3 MW by the publication Windpower Monthly.

    Gamesa harnessed the experience acquired through the installation of 26 GW of its high performance 2.0 MW platform to develop this new model, capable of generating even more power at low-wind sites while remaining as competitive as the existing models with smaller rotor. The company’s most recently developed turbines thus emerge through this approach: G114-2.0 MW IIA/IIIA, G114-2.5 MW
    IIA, and now G126-2.5 MW IIIA. Following the evolutionary model of the 2.5 platform, and minimizing the risk associated with new technologies, the G126-2.5 MW is equipped with a 62 meter blade based on the 56-meter variant already delivering maximum production at lower noise and comprehensively validated for G114 turbines. Based on the same principle, the electrical system incorporated in the G126 is common for all 2.5 MW models.
    Boasting a 20% increase in power production compared to the G114-2.0 MW model, the G126-2.5 MW wind turbine rounds off Gamesa’s offering for Class III sites. With this new addition, Gamesa completes its 2.5 MW product portfolio, with three different rotors, tower heights from 68 to 137 meters, and environmental options enabling installation at even the most complex sites.

  • G132-3.3 MW
    1. Optimum CoE for IEC Class II sites
    2. Proven technologies and top-class reliability...

  • One of the keys to Gamesa’s success is the constant development of new and advanced products adapted to customers’ needs in any type of site and with maximum profitability.

    With this purpose in mind the new Gamesa 3.3 MW platform has been launched with its first model: the G132-3.3 MW wind turbine for Class II sites. A new generation of multi-megawatt turbines that reaches the market to become the best solution in terms of Cost of Energy in the 3.0-3.6 MW segment, one of the most competitive and demanding. This new platform, together with the current Gamesa 2.0 MW, Gamesa 2.5 MW and Gamesa 5.0 MW, makes the company product portfolio one of the most complete and versatile in the market and allows Gamesa to assure the best solution for customers’ projects.
    Thanks to the operative experience accumulated by Gamesa throughout more than 20 years in the wind energy market, the G132-3.3 MW wind turbine enables the company to guarantee the highest levels of reliability. The use of mature and proven technology available in Gamesa’s current portfolio has resulted in the first G132-3.3 MW prototype installed in 2016.

    The G132-3.3 MW IIA wind turbine is integrated in the portfolio of Gamesa with a clear objective: to complement the product offer for medium-wind sites in markets where the customers require solutions with nominal powers higher than 3 MW.

    The G132-3.3 MW turbine improves on the production capacity of the models G114-2.0 MW and G114-2.5 MW, available for Class II sites, both boosting the nominal power up to 3.3 MW and increasing the rotor swept area by 34%, which makes it one of the most efficient and cost-effective solutions for medium-wind sites.

    With a 64.5 m fiberglass blade, optimized for Class II sites and with airfoils that have already been thoroughly tested and validated in the G132-5.0 MW IIA wind turbine (first prototype installed in Alaiz -Spain- in the second quarter of 2015), the new model G132-3.3 MW guarantees maximum energy production and low noise emission levels, with maximum theoretical value for this turbine fixed at 105.7 dBA.

    Gamesa incorporates proven technology into this model, such as the combination of a three-stage gearbox (two planetary stages and one parallel) and a doubly-fed induction generator, the same solution used in the Gamesa 2.0 MW platform, which has 26 GW installed worldwide.

    The G132-3.3 MW wind turbine also has an extensive portfolio of towers with heights ranging from 84 m to 154 m, which enables it to comply with the different maximum blade tip height restrictions in certain markets.

  • SWT-3.15-142
    1. High reliability and performance at low wind sites
    2. Hybrid carbon technology ensures efficient and lightweight blades...

  • 1. High reliability and performance at low wind sites
    2. Hybrid carbon technology ensures efficient and lightweight blades

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