The wind turbines will be a part of ReNew Power’s Limbwas project in Madhya Pradesh totalling 100.8MW of energy.
According to the press release, Suzlon will provide operation and maintenance services and dedicated life-cycle asset management services for an initial 10 years. The project is set to be completed by March of next year and will potentially provide enough energy for 54,000 homes while reducing carbon emissions by 0.20 million tonnes each year.
Group CEO of Suzlon Group, J.P. Chalasani said, “This order is a testament of the faith and confidence reposed by ReNew Power in Suzlon’s technologically advanced products and execution capabilities. This is the fifth repeat order from ReNew Power. The S111 120m wind turbine’s cost effective design and superior performance offers reduced levelised cost of energy (LCoE). The new turbine has garnered an enthusiastic response from customer segments across the board.”
Founder Chairman & CEO at ReNew Power, Sumant Sinha said, “Being one of the leading players in the renewable energy space in India, ReNew Power is committed towards ensuring that all our projects are executed using state-of-the art technology. Suzlon with over two decades of experience in this sector has been our partner of choice and we are delighted to be working with them again.”
This project will be Suzlon’s fifth successive order with ReNew Power and will add up to more than 600MW across the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh.