Suzlon Secures 30 MW Wind Turbine Order From EDF Renewables For Its 3 MW Series

Suzlon Secures 30 MW Wind Turbine Order From EDF Renewables For Its 3 MW Series Adani Electricity Invites Bids For 600 MW Wind Project Across India

Indian wind energy company Suzlon Group today announced a new order win for the development of a 30 MW wind power project for EDF Renewables. Suzlon will install 10 wind turbine generators (WTGs) with a Hybrid Lattice Tubular (HLT) tower and a rated capacity of 3 MW each.

The project is located in Gujarat. This is a repeat order for the company’s largest turbine series, S144‐140m, with a rating of 3 MW. Suzlon will execute the project with a scope of supply, supervision, erection and commissioning. Additionally, Suzlon will also undertake post‐commissioning operations and maintenance services.

JP Chalasani, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Suzlon Group, said, “EDF Renewables is a highly reputed Global power company with an established track record in renewable energy. Therefore, receiving an order from them is a matter of pride for us. This order is a testament to the quality and reliability of our technology and service solutions. The power generated from this project will serve the people of Gujarat with clean, green, renewable power.”

He also added, “Suzlon is committed to serving our customers’ green portfolios and the nation with our proven technology, extensive experience, and service excellence.”

The firm, in a media release said that every Suzlon turbine is manufactured in the country through a domestic value chain ecosystem Arne Lorenzen, Chief Executive Officer, EDF Renewables India said, “At EDFR we are committed to contributing towards India’s Net Zero target. Our focus is towards continuous sustainable development with safety as our topmost priority. Within our organisation we daily practice our motto of Everyone goes home safe everyday. We are delighted to partner with one of India’s leading wind turbine providers, Suzlon Energy, for this project. We look forward to leveraging Suzlon’s extensive experience in the Indian wind market to make this project successful. We want to operate and expand our clean energy portfolio in India in the years to come.”

Suzlon said that its turbines feature the time-tested Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) technology that efficiently integrates wind turbines into the utility network to meet the grid requirements. “Suzlon’s R&D efforts are continuously geared towards increasing the turbine performance, harnessing more energy from low wind sites, and lowering the cost of energy,” it said.

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