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Suzlon Energy

  • Vertically integrated, future-ready wind turbine manufacturer
  • Presence in 18 countries
  • Over 18,800 MW of installed capacity worldwide
  • 14 manufacturing units and 8 R&D facilities
  • More than two decades of rich experience in the wind energy sector
  • Revenue from operations stood at Rs. 11.35 billion (~US$ 152.87 million) as of the first quarter of FY22 (year-to-date).

Suzlon is one of India’s leading renewable energy companies. Its services span the entire life of wind energy projects. It designs, develops, manufactures wind turbine generators (WTGs). It also provides allied services, providing it a strong presence across the wind power value chain. It does business in 18 countries across six continents. Its installed wind energy capacity, largest in India, stood at 846 MW in FY20.

Company Website: suzlon.com

Suzlon – Powering a greener tomorrow>

2021 In June 2021, Suzlon secured a contract for 252 MW wind power project from CLP India. The project is expected to be commissioned in 2022.
2020 In August, Suzlon Energy’s board approved proposal to issue non-convertible debentures worth Rs. 4,453.01 crore (US$ 445.30 million) under its debt restructuring plan.
2019 Suzlon Global Services Limited bagged 1st Prize at the IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award
2018 Sale of subsidiary SE Solar and Gale Solarfarms to CLP Wind Farms
2017 Achieved 10,000 MW of installed wind energy in India
2013 Crossed 1,000 MW in Kutch, Gujarat; developing India’s largest wind park
2011 Launched new range of wind turbine machines
2009 Became the only wind power company in the world to achieve Superbrand status
2005 Secured its first contracts in China and South Korea, Successful initial public offer (IPO)
2004 Opened representative office in China
2002 First export order shipped to the US
1995 Started by Mr Tulsi Tanti in Gujarat

 

Renewable Energy
The Government of India is aiming to achieve 227 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022, much ahead of its target 175 GW as per the Paris Agreement.