Suzlon Nets Order For 50.4 MW Of Wind In India

Posted by Lauren Tyler on November 28, 2016 No Comments
Categories : Projects & Contracts

Suzlon Group, a global renewable energy solutions provider, says it has secured an order for 50.4 MW of wind power from a leading business house in India, taking the total current year order portfolio with the business house to 84 MW.

According to Suzlon, the project consists of 24 units of S95 90-meter tubular towers with a rated capacity of 2.1 MW. Located in the district of Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, the project is scheduled for completion in March 2017.

Suzlon says it will provide comprehensive operation and maintenance for a period of 20 years, including dedicated lifecycle asset management services. The company states that the project has the potential to provide power to over 27,000 households and reduce 0.10 million tons of CO2 emissions per year.

J.P. Chalasani, CEO of the Suzlon Group, says, “We continue to collaborate with all stakeholders for India’s sustainable development. We are witnessing increased traction across all customers segments, like IPPs, large corporates and PSUs, as well as retail. Our focus is to bring down the cost of energy by investing in technologically advanced products and, thereby, enable renewable energy to make the move from alternative to mainstream energy. Suzlon’s competitive edge is the end-to-end solutions approach, and we will continue to offer turnkey solutions for our customers.”

The S9X 2.1 MW platform features time-tested Doubly Fed Induction Generator technology, which is designed to optimally harness available wind resources. The company says it not only delivers higher energy yield, but also offers higher return on investment for customers.

The Suzlon Group boasts an international presence across 19 countries in Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, and North and South America. With over two decades of operational track record, the group has a cumulative installation of approximately 15.5 GW of wind energy capacity.

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