Wind power in India: Suzlon wind turbines for a wind farm from ReNew Power in Andhra Pradesh

Wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon today said it has bagged a 90.30 MW turnkey wind power project from ReNew Power.

“Suzlon Group has won another order for a 90.30 MW turnkey project from its existing customer, ReNew Power, an independent power producer (IPP),” the company said in a statement.

“It will install its S97 90m WTGs (wind turbine generators) with rated capacity of 2.1 MW… in Ananthapur district, Andhra Pradesh.”

The project will be jointly developed by ReNew Power and Suzlon, where the latter will act as the turnkey EPC partner.

It is expected to provide electricity to 56,000 households and help check 0.195 million tonnes of CO2 emission annually.

Suzlon Group Chairman Tulsi Tanti said: “Suzlon & ReNew share a common resolve to enhance India’s renewable energy portfolio and have successfully collaborated in the past few years. We are glad to once again partner with ReNew for this project in Andhra Pradesh.”

“Our mission is to play a pivotal role in meeting India’s growing energy needs, which requires us to partner with companies such as Suzlon that have a strong foothold in the Indian market,” said ReNew Power Chairman & CEO Sumant Sinha.