Renewable energy solution provider Suzlon Group has installed and commissioned two new windpower projects with a total installed capacity of 100.80MW in India.
Developed for India-based mining firm National Aluminium Company (NALCO), the two facilities have been installed at Gondikota in Andhra Pradesh and Jath in Maharashtra, India.
With 50.40MW installed power generation capacity, each project features 24 units of Suzlon Group’s 2.1MW wind turbines.
Both of NALCO’s windpower projects have the capability to generate enough clean energy to supply electricity to more than 54,000 Indian households. The facilities also have the potential to reduce carbon emissions by 0.20 million tonnes per year.
Suzlon Group's chief executive officer (CEO) JP Chalasani said: “It is a proud moment for us and we thank NALCO for the faith and confidence reposed in Suzlon’s technologically advanced products, execution, and life-cycle asset management capabilities.
“We will continue to collaborate with NALCO and look forward to work in synergy towards our common goal of reducing the carbon footprint.”
Image: Both wind power projects will feature 24 units of Suzlon wind turbines. Photo: courtesy of Suzlon.