Suzlon and ReNew Power in joint wind power project
Two Indian companies are partnering to build wind energy projects with a total capacity of 300 megawatts.
Suzlon Energy Ltd, India’s largest wind turbine maker, has signed an agreement to implement this project with ReNew Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd. Suzlon will supply, supervise, operate and maintain the projects while ReNew Power will act as a developer.
Suzlon will supply 48 wind turbines to ReNew Power for a 100 MW project in Maharashtra that has already begun. Another project with a total capacity of 200MW will begin following the completion of the site development by ReNew Power.
"This order marks our pioneering foray into the developer’s mode of large scale wind power projects, notably in the areas of site development and power evacuation," said Sumant Sinha, Chairman and CEO of ReNew Power.