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Suzlon Energy arm sets up 325 MW capacity wind farm in Belgium

According to reports, wind power major Suzlon Energy said its arm REpower Systems SE has installed turbines with a capacity of 325 MW at a wind farm in Belgium.

“Suzlon Group-subsidiary, REpower Systems SE, installed turbines totalling a capacity of 325 MW in the Belgian offshore wind farm Thornton Bank,” the company said in a statement.

According to a company statement, ABB and THV Seawind, a consortium between DEME and Fabricom, were among the installation partners.

“We are very proud to have installed the largest fleet of 6 megawatt turbines worldwide. Thornton Bank confirms the long-term potential of the market. We offer our customers the best technology combined with experience in building projects in complex and challenging environments,” Andreas Nauen, CEO of REpower Systems SE, said.

A 325 MW capacity can provide electricity to 6,00,000 people.

Companies from Belgium, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden are involved in the venture with Thornton Bank, making the wind farm a showcase project for the European offshore wind industry, the statement said.

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