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Sanofi to use renewable energy for Ankleshwar unit

Sanofi India, the pharmaceutical company has signed an agreement with the wind turbine manufacturer, Suzlon Energy, for a 2.1 MW offsite windmill installation, to generate renewable power for captive consumption at its Ankleshwar manufacturing site.

”As a global healthcare firm, Sanofi believes that reducing our carbon footprint and using energy responsibly are of our mission to help protect life on this planet. We strongly support the use of renewable energies and hence initiates a study in 2012 to better understand the local renewable energy market in India to identify available opportunities,” said Shailesh Ayyanger, managing director- India and vice president South Asia.

”We are very pleased to partner with Suzlon to explore the use of wind energy, which is today India’s fastest growing renewable energy source,” he added.

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