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Suzlon wins 105MW of wind turbine supply orders in India

CTBR Staff Writer Published 24 September 2015

Suzlon has won new contracts to supply 105MW of wind turbines for several projects in five Indian states.


The company has signed deals with unnamed small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) and public sector undertaking (PSU) customers to deliver 50 wind turbine generators of its 2.1MW S9X product suite.

The turbines will be installed at several low wind speed sites in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

Suzlon will deliver its multi-megawatt S95-90m, S97- 90m, S97-120m turbines and use its expertise to oversee the project operations.

Suzlon Group chairman Tulsi Tanti said: "We continue to have a strong focus on the Indian market as it offers a favorable renewable energy environment especially now with Government's clear thrust on clean energy.

"We will continue to partner with our clients to contribute towards enhancing India's renewable energy portfolio. We are confident that our business will add value to the energy security needs of our country."

Headquartered in the Indian state of Pune, Suzlon has to date installed more than 14,000MW of wind power capacity in 19 countries globally.

In India alone, the company has more than 8.6GW of cumulative installations.

In October 2014, Suzlon unveiled plans to build 2,000MW of new wind energy projects in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh over the next five years.

Image: Suzlon will deliver 105MW of wind turbines for several projects in India. Photo: courtesy of Suzlon Group.