Vestas Bags 51 MW Order from O2 Power in Karnataka
Wind turbine maker Vestas has secured a 51 MW order from O2 Power Pvt Ltd for a renewable energy project located in the Karnataka state in India.
March 25, 2022. By Manu Tayal
Under the agreement, Danish wind turbine giant will supply, install and commission a total of 23 V120-2.2 MW turbines for O2 Power.
Commenting on winning the order, Vickram Jadhav, Vice President of Sales for Vestas India, said “O2 Power is one of India’s fastest-growing renewable energy companies, and we are grateful for the trust that they have placed in Vestas by choosing us as their partner for this project. We look forward to this exciting journey with O2 Power and hope to collaborate with them for other future projects as we reinforce our common vision of creating a greener tomorrow for India.”
“This deal reinforces O2 Power’s commitment towards developing sustainable green energy solutions for India. Our portfolio has been witnessing a steady rise across diversified segments including utility, C&I, and Storage. We are pleased to partner with Vestas, a global leader in wind turbines and look forward to leveraging their technological and domain expertise in the smooth development and commissioning of our project in Karnataka. I am hopeful of a strong and long-lasting relationship with Vestas as we continue to push forward India’s sustainability goals,” said Rakesh Garg, Head Wind, O2 Power.
Meanwhile, the deliveries of the turbines are expected to begin in the third quarter of this year, while commissioning is expected in the last quarter of 2022.
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