Gamesa has announced that it has bagged yet another order for a 40 MW Wind Power Project with ReNew Power, one of India’s largest clean energy companies. The turnkey project is scheduled to be commissioned in March 2016.
ReNew Power is India’s leading independent power producer (IPP) in the renewable energy sector creating value to its stakeholders through best in class development and management of solar and wind power projects and currently has more than 1300 MW of commissioned and under-construction wind and solar energy projects in its portfolio. As part of the agreement, Gamesa will be supplying 20 G97-2.0 MW T-104m turbines for installation at Lingsagur site in the state of Karnataka, India. This is ReNew Power’s third project in the State of Karnataka with close to 70 MW of operational wind capacity portfolio.
Gamesa has already commissioned 102.65 MW for ReNew Power across Maharashtra and Karnataka and this repeat order is a testament to Gamesa’s proven expertise in wind technology.
Mr. Ramesh Kymal, Chairman and Managing Director- Gamesa Renewable Pvt. Ltd said, “We are delighted to win yet another order from ReNew Power which further cements the trust we enjoy with our esteemed customers and bears testimony to our innovation and technology capabilities in the wind energy sector. Being a market leader in the wind energy space, we are confident that this deal will help reinstate our commitment towards meeting renewable energy goals set by the government.”
Mr. Sumant Sinha, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, ReNew Power said, “Wind is a perfect solution to meet the State’s growing energy needs. It is cost competitive with fossil fuel and a clean source of energy, making it the perfect solution to help the State meet its renewable purchase obligation (RPO). ReNew Power is pleased to associate with Gamesa as our partner for developing this project in Karnataka. Furthermore, ReNew Power is committed to the local community and through holistic development initiatives, we will ensure that the local population directly benefit from our projects.”
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News published on 08 / 10 / 2015 by Rashmi Nargundkar