Suzlon wins 90MW wind deal
The project, developed by ReNew Power, is located in Madhya Pradesh. According to Suzlon it will come online by March 2016.
In a statement, Suzlon chairman Tulsi Tanti said: “The Indian renewable market will witness a quantum leap in the next few years. Suzlon is best positioned to capitalise on this opportunity with our 18 years of sustained market leadership and technology edge.”
According to Windpower Intelligence, ReNew Power has around 300MW in India, including 200MW of pipeline projects in Rajastan. These are also set to use Suzlon turbines.
Suzlon has installed 14 projects in Madhya Pradesh with an estimated combined capacity of 100MW.