According to reports, Suzlon Energy has bagged an order to supply wind turbines totalling 98 mw from Mytrah Energy, the companies said in a joint release.
The order is part of the Business Partnership Agreement signed with Mytrah in May 2010 to purchase 1 GW of turbines from Suzlon Group. Suzlon will supply 47 wind turbine generators of 2.1 mw each for Mytrah Energy’s wind farm in Telangana.
Ravi Kailas, chairman and chief executive officer, Mytrah Energy said, “We are focused in our resolve to harness renewable energy to achieve a clean green world and Suzlon shares our vision…This project is one of 300 mw that we are currently constructing and will take our capacity past 840 mw in 2016.”
The project will power around 60,000 households and curb 0.2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions each year.
“Indian renewable sector is witnessing the positive winds of change and Suzlon will continue to be the catalyst of wind energy in India. Suzlon Group is extremely well positioned to drive growth in this sector and we will continue to focus our R &D efforts to bring down the cost of energy. Our robust order book, positive business outlook and conducive policy framework in India gives us immense confidence to deliver on our goals,” said use Tanti, Chairman, Suzlon Group said.