Global renewable energy provider, Suzlon Group, announced that it has been awarded wind orders for a combined capacity of 111.30 MW between August to September 2016. This combined capacity includes orders from reputed corporate houses such as Serum Institute of India, Rajasthan Gum Group, and an assortment of SME customers.
The orders include Suzlon’s latest product offerings the S111 90m tubular tower and S97 120m hybrid tower and also the time-tested S97 90m and S95 90m tubular tower models all with a rated capacity of 2.1 MW each. The S9X and S11X series product portfolio is designed to optimally harness the available wind resources and deliver higher energy and return on investment to customers.
These product series feature the time tested Doubly-fed Induction Generator (DFIG) technology, which is designed to maximize energy yield and unlock the potential of low-wind sites. The S97 120m is one of the tallest all-steel hybrid tower (120-m height) in the world and combines lattice and tubular structures.
Suzlon will provide the entire spectrum of turnkey solutions right from equipment supply until commissioning and also offer dedicated life cycle asset management services for a contractually defined period to these customers.
“We are happy to be associated with our existing customers time and again and further strengthening our partnership with them. It is encouraging as these orders continue to add a fillip to our robust order book and this is good investment by SME to support Make in India initiative,” said J.P. Chalasani, Group CEO, Suzlon Group.
The projects are spread across the key windy states of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, and are scheduled to be completed by March 2017. The Corporate and SME orders have been received from mixed bag of customers across diverse industry segments including Chemical, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Textiles, Power, Entertainment, Food & Agro, Handicrafts, Logistics, Trading and Pharma.
“We are committed towards adding value to the energy security of our country and we continue to leverage our technological expertise, which enables a product suite suitable to varying wind regimes and develop high yield products that effectively bring down the cost of energy,” said Chalasani.
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