Suzlon Group secures 201.6MW wind power order from Teq Green Power XI
Suzlon Group, India’s leading renewable energy solutions provider, has announced a momentous new order for its 3 MW series of wind turbines from Teq Green Power XI Private Limited, a subsidiary of O2 Power Private Limited. Under the terms of the agreement, Suzlon will install 64 of its largest wind turbine generators (WTGs) with a Hybrid Lattice Tubular (HLT) tower and a rated capacity of 3.15 MW each. The substantial 201.6 MW wind power project is slated for completion in 2025.
Suzlon Takes Full Charge: From Supply to Operation and Maintenance
Suzlon to Handle Installation, Commissioning, and Post-Completion Services
Suzlon will not only supply the 3 MW series wind turbines but also oversee the project’s execution, including erection and commissioning. Post-commissioning, Suzlon will be responsible for the operation and maintenance services. This comprehensive role showcases Suzlon’s expertise and commitment to renewable energy projects in India.
Corporate India Invests in Renewable Energy with Suzlon
Suzlon and Teq Green Power XI Partner for a Sustainable India
Girish Tanti, Vice Chairman of Suzlon Group, expressed delight over welcoming Teq Green Power XI Private Limited as a valued customer. He emphasized that in a corporate landscape increasingly shifting towards renewable energy, Suzlon remains committed to supporting India’s carbon-neutral ambitions. Tanti lauded the new order as a testament to India Inc’s commitment to sustainability, citing the favorable policy environment and the advanced 3.15 MW Suzlon wind turbines as crucial drivers.
Suzlon’s 3 MW Series Pegged as Industry Game-Changer
CEO Highlights Trust in Suzlon’s 3 MW Wind Turbines Amid Growing Demand
JP Chalasani, the CEO of Suzlon Group, announced that this is the first order from Teq Green Power XI Private Limited and reflected on the increasing commitment to renewables in India. He stated that Suzlon’s 3 MW series of wind turbines is poised to be a game-changer in accelerating and scaling up wind energy installations in the country, aligning with India’s national targets of 500 GW non-fossil fuel installations by 2030.
Environmental and Social Impact of the 201.6 MW Project
Project to Power 1.66 Lakh Households and Reduce 6.55 Lakh Tonnes of CO2 Annually
The Suzlon 3 MW series project, set for completion in 2025, will have a significant environmental and social impact. The 201.6 MW wind power project is expected to provide electricity to approximately 1.66 lakh households and curb around 6.55 lakh tonnes of CO2 emissions per year. This reinforces Suzlon’s role in enhancing India’s renewable energy capabilities while making substantial strides in environmental conservation.