The Economic Times: May, 2015
Suzlon Energy has bagged an order to set up a 90 mw wind project from ReNew Power, the wind turbine maker said in a release Wednesday.
The company did not disclose the financial consideration for the project. The project will provide electricity to around 56,000 households and curb around 0.195 million tonnes of CO2 emissions each year, Suzlon said.
Suzlon will install its 'S97 120m Hybrid Tower' model of wind turbine generators with rated capacity of 2.1 mw each in Ratlam district, Madhya Pradesh. Suzlon will install 29 wind turbine generators at the site Kode and 14 wind turbine generators at Limbwas site in Ratlam district. The project is scheduled for commissioning by March 2016.
"The new order from ReNew Power demonstrates the customer confidence in our products and service capabilities. We are delighted to partner with ReNew Power to develop clean energy projects in India with our next generation turbines," said Tulsi Tanti, Chairman, Suzlon Group said.
ReNew Power, a company set up by former Suzlon chief operating officer Sumant Sinha, has clean energy assets of more than 1000 mw, including commissioned and under-construction projects.