Suzlon Group has announced that it has won a repeat turnkey order from Orange Renewable for 100.8 MW to be installed in Beluguppa, Andhra Pradesh, India. Suzlon will offer operation and maintenance service for an initial period of 12 years through an Integrated Service Package. This repeat order reaffirms customer’s faith in Suzlon’s product portfolio and service capabilities.
The project will be commissioned starting FY2016-17.
Mr. Sudhir Nunes, Chief Executive Officer, Orange Renewable said, “This is our second project with Suzlon and demonstrates our belief in Suzlon as a technology partner. With our strong wind resource and technology differentiation, this 100.8 MW project adds substantial value to our growing portfolio and further expands our geographical presence to southern India states. It reinstates our focus to deliver optimal energy solutions to the country.”
Mr. Ishwar Mangal, Chief Sales Officer, Suzlon Group said, “We are pleased to receive this repeat order from Orange Renewable which demonstrates our strength in being the partner of choice for leading Independent Power Producers. With increasing demand from domestic and international IPPs, the wind energy sector has gained a pivotal role in bolstering the development of India’s energy landscape.
S111, our latest product offering has been designed to optimally harness available wind resources, delivering nearly 20% higher energy as compared to S97, ensuring higher ROI to customers. Suzlon endeavors to lower the cost of energy and provide clean and affordable energy for all. We are encouraged by the response we are getting from the customers on the product.”
The wind park comprises of 48 WTGs (Wind Turbine Generators) of Suzlon’s robust S111 90m 2.1 MW wind turbines featuring the time tested Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) technology. The S111 which belongs to the reliable and proven 2.1 MW product suite is designed to harness sub optimal wind resources. This innovative product features a rotor diameter of 111.8 meters with a swept area of more than 9500 square meters, making it one of the best wind turbines in its class.
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News published on 06 / 10 / 2015 by Rashmi Nargundkar