Nov 16, 2012 - Indian company Bhoruka Power intends to construct a 50-MW wind power facility in the state of Karnataka, the Hindu Business Line reported on Friday.
The wind park would cost INR 4.12 billion (USD 75m/EUR 59m) and was expected to be put online at the beginning of 2014, the company's managing director S Chandrasekhar told the paper.
The news came after the company's 25.5-MW wind plant in Karnataka worth INR 1.8 billion was commissioned on Thursday. The plant utilises turbines produced by US-based General Electric (NYSE:GE).
Bhoruka Power has a total renewable energy capacity of 150 MW, including 40 MW of wind power and 110 MW of small hydropower plants.
(INR 100.0 = USD 1.813/EUR 1.424)
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