Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon Ltd (BOM:532667) said today it has secured a 99-MW order at home from compatriot Vibrant Energy.
Corporate renewable energy solutions provider Vibrant Energy, a portfolio company of Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG), has ordered 33 units of Suzlon’s 3-MW series turbines for a project at an unspecified location. The S144‐140m machines will use a hybrid lattice tubular (HLT) tower.
Apart from supplying the turbines, Suzlon will also install and commission the hardware and will further provide operations and maintenance services once the project is completed. The value of the deal was kept under wraps.
Vibrant Energy’s wind farm is planned to become operational by fiscal 2025, generating electricity for around 307,000 homes annually.
Last month, Suzlon unveiled a 39-MW order in India from renewable energy firm First Energy 5 Pvt Ltd, part of Thermax Group. The contract covered the delivery of 3-MW machines, as well.
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