Oct 15, 2012 - Indian firm Veer Energy & Infrastructure Ltd (BOM:50365) Monday said it had bagged an order to develop a 30-MW wind park for China-based Foshan Crown Import & Export Co Ltd.
Veer Energy will be responsible for the civil foundation, electrical work, commissioning and erection of the wind power facility.
The wind farm developer said it would complete the project within two years. The contract is expected to contribute INR 345 million (USD 6.5m/EUR 5.0m) to Veer Energy's revenue.
Veer Energy did not provide additional details.
(INR 100.0 = USD 1.887/EUR 1.456)
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