UK’s Eoxis to equip first Indian wind farm with 50 MW from Suzlon

Suzlon bags wind farm from UK’s Eoxis. Wind power maker Suzlon Group today said it has bagged a wind energy contract to set Suzlon gets wind farm orders from Europe for 276 MW of wind turbines up a wind power project in Rajasthan from UK-based Eoxis group.

"Suzlon has signed a contract for a 50.4 MW wind power project with the Indian subsidiary of Eoxis which is backed by Platina Energy Partners," a company statement said.

The wind farm will be set up in Rajasthan and is scheduled to be commissioned by January, 2013. Suzlon will execute the contract under its end-to-end business model, it said.

Eoxis is an investee company of Platina Energy Partners, an independent European investment firm focusing on renewable energy.

It has invested in solar projects in Europe, and also recently completed its first 15 MW solar power project in Gujarat. This 50.4 MW order is the group’s first investment in the Indian wind energy sector, it added.

"We have a very strategic focus on the wind sector and, in particular, on India which is amongst the top five wind energy markets worldwide," Laurence Mulliez, CEO, Eoxis said.

"We are happy to partner with Eoxis in their maiden wind energy project in India, and look forward to building a strong long-term relationship," said Tulsi Tanti, Chairman of the Suzlon Group.

By José Santamarta,