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Inox Wind to supply wind turbines for 50MW project in India

CTBR Staff Writer Published 12 October 2015

Inox Wind has secured a turbine supply contract from Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL) for a 50MW wind power project at Lahori, in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

The contract will require Inox Wind to supply and install 25 units of its 2MW DFIG 100 rotor dia Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) for the project.

Inox Wind will also carry out development, construction and commissioning of the project, besides providing long term operations and maintenance services.

Designed especially for low wind areas, the company's 2MW 100 rotor dia WTGs have recently been improved and recertified by TUV SUD to have a higher annual energy production of 21% compared to Inox's WT 93 product.

Besides the new order, Inox Wind previously received two orders of 172MW from TPREL, which is a 100% subsidiary of Tata Power and has nearly 300MW of commissioned renewable assets.

Inox Wind CEO Kailash Tarachandani said: "The third order from TPREL has reaffirmed Inox Wind's position as the preferred wind energy solutions provider to major IPPs in India.

"Repeat orders from a well established renewables player like TPREL reinforce trust in Inox's technology, execution capabilities and reliability of services.

"TPREL is one of our most valued customers and we are very happy to partner with TPREL in growing their wind energy portfolio in India."

In September, Inox Wind won 100MW supply order from Ostro Energy for a project that is also located in Madhya Pradesh.

Inox agreed to supply and install 50 units of its advanced 2MW DFIG 100 rotor dia WTGs on a turnkey basis.