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Gamesa Innova

New Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW


Husum, 23 September 2010

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New Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW Gamesa G97-2.0 MW and G90-2.0 MW Gamesa Innova: from G8X to G9X Gamesa. Global technology, everlasting energy
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New Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW

New Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW


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Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW

The G9X platform offers a number of advantages for developers with a portfolio of projects with different wind regimes:
o It optimizes stock of spare parts o All operating procedures (logistics, erection, operation and maintenance) have been optimized through our long track record and applied by Gamesas own personnel and subcontractors for all models in the platform o Maximizes the efficiency of training o Provides additional flexibility to the O&M workforce o Improvements developed for one model can be easily implemented in the others

Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW
Technological highlights

SUBSYSTEMS

MAIN FEATURES

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Wind turbines designed for ambient temperatures ranging from 30 C to +40 C , with versions for corrosive or sandy enviroments Modular Drive train with main shaft supported by two bearings Main and secondary brake Active Yaw system Carbon and glass fiber reinforced composite blades

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS & AERODYNAMICS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Doubly-Fed variable speed generator Built-in transformer

CONTROL & INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Pitch regulated and variable speed control SCADA: Gamesa WindNet CMS: Gamesa SMP

GRID CONNECTION

Low Voltage Ride Through: Active Crowbar Active and Reactive power regulation: modules integrated in Gamesa SCADA Voltage and Frequency regulation: Embedded algorithm in PLC

Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW
The most versatile platform in the market

G8X-2.0 MW o 16% increase in swept area

G9X-2.0 MW

o Class IIIA G90

o Up to 14% increase in AEP

G97

o 7% increase in swept area

o Class IIA G87

o Up to 5% increase in AEP

G90

o Class IA

G80

G9X*

* Under study

Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW
Turbine models

MODEL

IEC(2)

RATED POWER

TOWER HEIGHTS

GRID CODE

AMBIENT OPTIONS(1)

50/60 HZ

G80/G9X(4)
Gamesa G9X

IA

2 MW

60,67,78,100

G87

IIA

2 MW

67,78,100

G90

IIA, IIIA

2 MW

67,78,100

G97

IIIA

2 MW

78,90,120(3)

(1) (2) (3) (4)

Different versions and optional kits to adapt the wind turbine to High or Low Temperatures and environments with a high level of salt or dust. DIBt WZII available for selected configurations Under development. Final height might change Under development class I final product

Complete product range of the multi-MW market available through models with rotors adapted to site conditions to maximize value and profitability
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Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW
Latest releases

Commercially available 50 Hz 60 Hz

First deliveries 50 Hz 60 Hz

Towers

Certificate 50 Hz 60 Hz
1Q2012

G97 IIIA

June 2010

3Q2011

78, 90 and 120 m under study

4Q2011

G90 IIA

May 2010

1Q2011

67, 78, 100 m

2Q2010

4Q2010

G9X IA

Under study

Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW
Product portfolio

Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW product options

High Temperature Low Temperature Enviromental protection

[-20C,+40C] at full power

[-30C,+30C] at full power

High Temp., corrosion and dust protection version

Low voltage ride through capabilities (according to main grid codes)

Grid options
0,95-0,95 reactive

Noise control O&M

Gamesa NRS

Elevator

Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW
Technical specifications

Power curves and Annual Energy Production


2200 2000 1800 1600 Power (kW) 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Wind speed (m/s) G80 G87 G90 G97

AEP G80 G87 G90 G97

6,5 100% 114% 121% 134%

7 100% 113% 119% 131%

7,5 100% 112% 117% 127%

8 100% 111% 116%

8,5 100% 110% 114%

9 100%

9,5 100%

10 100%

Weibull k=2, standard density and wind speed at hub heght 10

Gamesa G9X general characteristics


Technological highlights

BLADES
CHARACTERISTICS
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ADVANTAGES

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Blades: 39m for G80-2.0 MW, 42,5m for G87-2.0 MW, 44m for G90-2.0 MW and 47,5m for G97-2.0 MW State-of-the-art manufacturing process: manufactured from organic matrix composite material, with carbon or glassfiber reinforcement Lightining protection system The structure of each blade consists of two shells glued to a spar or internal beams Innovative airfoil for new G97 that minimizes noise

Lighter blades maintaining stiffness which reduces loads transmitted to the entire system

High energy production and minimum noise level thanks to optimized airfoils

The blade is designed to fulfill two basic functions: structure and aerodynamics

Easier maintenance

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Gamesa G9X general characteristics


Technological highlights

DRIVE TRAIN
CHARACTERISTICS
o o o o o Main shaft supported on two bearings 3-stage gearbox with 2 parallel shafts and one planetary stage. High-speed shaft connected to the generator by means of a flexible coupling with a torque limiter system Torque arms are used to attach the gear box to the frame by means of shock absorbers The gearbox has a lubrication system which permits attaining a degree of oil purity of up to 3m, which reduces the potential number of malfunctions. o o o o

ADVANTAGES

Main shaft design prevents any load except the torque from being transmitted to the gear box, which minimizes the occurrence of any problems with this component. Gear box is allowed to be disassembled without the need to take apart the main shaft. Flexible coupling prevents overloading the transmission chain. Thanks to the modular design of the power train, the weight of the gear box is borne by the main shaft, while the shock absorbers joined to the frame react to any torque, preventing the gear box from rotating and any undesired charges on the gear box.

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Gamesa G9X general characteristics


Technological highlights

ACTIVE YAW
CHARACTERISTICS
o 4 electrical motors operated by WT controller based on information received from the anemometers mounted on top of the nacelle The yaw is active with hydraulic brake clamp that can be regulated gradually The system is composed of 5 clamps avoid fatigues and failures in the Yaw system. The Gamesa Active Yaw system is submitted to accelerated lifetime test cycles and aging tests on the Gamesa UPB testing bench. o

ADVANTAGES
Combined activation of friction bearing and retention clamps prevents fatigue and possible damage to the ring. The ring is divided into 6 sectors, in order to make it easier to repair any possible tooth damage. HALT tests ensure and improve the reliability of this component, validating its correct design and providing feedback on the virtual models in order to redesign them, incorporating future improvements.

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Gamesa G9X general characteristics


Technological highlights

PITCH SYSTEM
CHARACTERISTICS
o o Independent hydraulic actuators for each blade that provide a rotational capacity between -5 and 90 The pitch system is activated during the entire time the wind turbine operates
o When the wind speed is below the rated speed, the pitch angle will be selected in order to maximize the electrical power obtained for each wind speed. When the wind speed is above the rate speed, the pitch angle will be the one that provides the machine's rated power.

ADVANTAGES
o o Having an independent pitch on each blade provides redundancy for the aerodynamic brake system. The hydraulic system has an accumulator system that allows the blades to be turned to their feathered position, in case of an emergency. The hydraulic system provides greater activation speed than other types of systems. Due to the hydraulic accumulator system, no batteries are required for operation, which increases reliability during emergency situations.

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Gamesa G9X general characteristics


Technological highlights

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
CHARACTERISTICS
o The generator is a double-fed, 4-pole variety with a wound rotor and slip rings. It is highly efficient and cooled by and air-air system. The transformer is a three-phase, dry encapsulated model, with different output voltage options and different apparent power ranges. It has been specially designed for wind energy applications. The control system allows the system to work at variable speeds, using the rotor intensity frequency control. o

ADVANTAGES
Optimal operation for any wind speed, maximizing the production and minimizing loads and noise, thanks to the variable speed operation Active and reactive power control Synchronous behavior with regards to the grid. The generator is protected from short-circuits and overloads. The temperature is also continuously monitored by sensors The transformer's location in the nacelle prevents electrical loss due to the reduced length of the low voltage cables, and it also reduces the visual impact.

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Gamesa G97-2.0 MW

Gamesa G97-2.0 MW
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G97-2.0 MW IIIA
Innovative blade

Extensive validation including wind tunnel tests

Highest efficiency low noise airfoils

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G97-2.0 MW IIIA
New tower heights

120m

90m 78m 3 sections

o New 3 section 78m tower available for all the G9X models o New 90m steel tower available for G97 IIIA o New 120m tower under development for G97 IIIA (final height could be changed)
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G97-2.0 MW IIIA
New nacelle design

o Cooling improvements o More innovative and attractive design

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G97-2.0 MW IIIA
Reinforced drive train

o Design enhancements in key elements of the drive train Gearbox Yaw gears Main shaft bearing houses Frame

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G97-2.0 MW IIIA
Power curve

G97 vs G90 power curves


2200 2000 1800 1600 Power (kW) 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Wind speed (m/s) G90 G97

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G97-2.0 MW IIIA
AEP increase vs G90

G97 vs G90 AEP

16,0% 14,0% 12,0% AEP increase 10,0% 8,0% 6,0% 4,0% 2,0% 0,0% 5,5 6,5 6,5 Vave (m/s) 7 7,5
13,5% 12,2% 10,92% 9,81% 8,83%

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Gamesa G90-2.0 MW

Gamesa G90-2.0 MW
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New G90-2.0 MW IIA


New features

o Existing G90 extended to class II by smart control implementation o Reliable for higher wind speed o Safe Mode: AEP maximization at IIA sites without penalizing loads o Turbulence Intensity regulation: Corner Improvement o Noise Optimized variant 105 dB(A), no energy loss o IECIIA Type Certificate obtained

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New G90-2.0 MW IIA


Field validation

o 1st Prototype in south of Spain since June 2008

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New G90-2.0 MW IIA


AEP increase vs G87

G90 vs G87 AEP

7,00%
5,92% 5,32%

AEP increase

4,77% 4,27% 3,79%

0,00% 6,5 7 7,5 Vave (m/s)


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Gamesa product portfolio

PLATFORMS
PLATFORM RATED POWER MODELS CHARACTERISTICS

G5X-850 kW

0,85 MW

G52, G58

Experience and performance

G9X-2.0 MW

2 MW

G80, G87, G90, G97

Versatility and production

G10X

4,5 MW

G128, G138

Minimal CoE and logistic complexity of 2MW model

Modular production strategy of components by platform which allows for greater flexibility and versatility

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Gamesa G8X-G9X
Main milestones

First G80 installed in Aguallal (Spain)

First G80 60 Hz installed in Koshizaki (Japan)

First G90 installed in Almendarache (Spain)

New G8X production facilities opened in USA

Largest G8X WF installed in USA (Cayuga Ridge 150xG87)

2.002

2.003

2.004

2.005

2.006

2.007

2.008

2.009

2.010

First G87 installed in Lubin (Spain)

1 GW of G8X2.0 MW installed worlwide

4 GW of G8X2.0 MW installed worldwide

8 GW of G8X2.0 MW installed worldwide

Launching of new G97 IIIA and G90 IIA models

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Evolution from G8X to G9X


Based on the technology development of the G8X

Nr of units of G8X-2.0 MW installed annually


1093 1032

o More than 4,150 units of G8X-2.0 MW WTG installed worldwide which means more than 8,300 MW installed worldwide o Geographical split of G8X installations: 53% in Spain and 47% abroad
205 2
2002

793 605

326

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2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Evolution from G8X to G9X


Based on the technology development of the G8X

Countries with G8X installed

USA Mexico

Ireland Germany Poland UK Hungary France Romania Greece PortugalSpain Italy Moroco

Japan Korea

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Gamesa: Global technology, everlasting energy

Gamesa. Global technology, everlasting energy


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Global Gamesa
Productive and sales bases in main markets Cumulative capacity, at year-end 2009: over 18,000 MW

Americas 2,382 MW

Europe 13,236 MW

Asia 1,969 MW

Sales MWe 2009


China 15% US 15% Spain 27% Other Europe 32%

N. Africa 659 MW

RoW 11%

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Leader in the manufacture of wind turbines


o Our activities are crucial in the fight against climate change o More than 18,000 MW have been installed since 1998 avoiding 27 million tons of CO2 emissions / year

MW INSTALLED
ACCUMULATED FIGURES
18,246 16,087 12,864 9,945

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS


TONNES OF CO2 AVOIDED PER MW INSTALLED 27,000,000 24,000,000 19,200,000 14,700,000

2006

2007

2008

2009

2006

2007

2008

2009

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Global Gamesa 09
Productive and sales bases in main markets

America
Manufacturing plants

Europe
Manufacturing plants

Asia
Manufacturing plants

2 in Pennsylvania
Components

23 in Spain
Components

4 in China 1 in India
Components

Blades Nacelle assembly


Manufacturing capacity

Complete design and manufacture


Manufacturing capacity

Blades, nacelle assembly, gearbox, generators


Manufacturing capacity

> 1.200 MW

> 2.000 MW

1.200 MW

Growth strategy strengthened with new product capacity in China, India and USA
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Global Gamesa
Reliable partner, supplying major players in the wind industry

Consolidation in Strategic Markets (Europe, USA and China)


NREA
New & Renewable Energy Authority

Entrance into new markets (Eastern Europe, India and Northern Africa)

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Global Gamesa
For tackling a new market and maximizing growth
New commercial approach to deliver top line growth Opening new markets Reaching to new client segments Boosting operation and maintenance services Increasing the competitiveness of our product portfolio New G9X platforms with 2 new products for low and medium class winds 1 new product platform: G10X 4,5 MW 1 new business segment - Offshore Continuous cost optimization program to deliver increasing margins beyond 2010 Adjusting our flexible production capacity to customers needs
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Global Gamesa
New commercial approach

PRODUCTS PARTNERSHIPS Partnership with key clients to develop new products based on client needs

VALUE BASIS Approach based on understanding and maximizing value for clients GLOBAL SUPPORT Global key client management with local operative support

NEW COMMERCIAL APPROACH


TAILORED SOLUTIONS Broadest range of products and services to offer specific solutions for each wind farm FLEXIBLE APPROACH Adaptation of internal processes reduce response time and increase flexibility

LOCAL PRESENCE Significant extension of network of sales offices in Europe and abroad

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Opening new markets


Global presence and solutions

Target: x 2 sales network, x 3 #MW supplied and x 4 commercial bids

Markets with installed base New markets with projects under construction Markets with new offers

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Gamesa is leading all the value chain


Gamesa is a highly experienced partner all along the wind farm value chain
o 3 Gamesa models among the top 10 installed WTG (Source: Sun & Wind Energy 5/2009) o 3,600 MW in-house developed & constructed o > 18,000 MW installed o > 12,000 MW maintained
Project development WTG manufacturing WTG erection & commissioning WF Power electronics Added value services
Repowering WindFarms development New grid requirements solutions for existing products

WTG Design

Logistics

BoP

O&M service And long term warranty


O&M service catalogue More than 12 GW in O&M Continuous product improvement 83,000 WTG years cum.

3.6 GW inhouse developed constructed Permitting Site assesment Project finance

G8x design improvement G10x full design Load analysis & certification 9 platforms 20 rotors developed, tested and operated

Vertical integration & strategic partners Manufacturing facilities design 30 manufacturing facilities worldwide

More than 2,250 More than 15,000 ops/yr WOSS

Civil works EPC HV/MV substations & lines EPC 4.5 GW constructed

More than 18 GW installed Additional services supplied under request

Power electronics inhouse developed WindFact (Voltage dip solution) Active Filters Advanced control features

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Leader in the development and sale of wind farms

WIND FARMS DEVELOPED

o Global portfolio of over 22,000 MW o Leading international wind farm developer with activities in 15 countries across 3 continents o Strategically positioned in the three main wind power markets: Europe, USA and China

MW ACCUMULATED 3,578
3,161 2,838 2,123

2006

2007

2008

2009

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Wind farm pipeline development

Globally, 22 GW pipeline with significant projects in the last stages of development

Pipeline
21,115 21,913

Likely

Highly confident

8,907

7,897

3.8x
2,694 700

2008

2009

2008
Europe USA

2009
China

2008

2009 (MW)

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Socially responsible

Committed sustainable development and environment

Included in the leading sustainability indexes

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Gamesa Innova
New Gamesa G9X-2.0 MW
Husum, 23 September 2010