Oct 14, 2013 - Indian wind turbine maker Suzlon Energy (BOM:532667) today said it had won an order build and deliver equipment for a 65 MW wind park in Uruguay.
Financial details were not provided.
As part of the contract, the Indian firm will take care of the engineering, procurement and construction of the wind park, owned by local firm Rouar SA -- a joint venture of state-owned power utility UTE and Brazilian power provider Eletrobras (SAO:ELET3). The company will also supply 31 pieces of its S95 - 2.1 MW machines for the project, which is its first order it Uruguay.
The wind farm, located in the southern Department of Colonia, is to be put on stream in September 2014, Suzlon said.
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