News Digest Item
07 May 2018

German wind turbine producer Senvion secures large project in India


Wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has secured a large construction project in India with a capacity of 300 megawatt (MW), the company says in a press release. The German company will deliver over 130 turbines with a capacity of 2.3 MW that can power nearly 300,000 Indian homes, Senvion says. According to the company, the project - operated by Saudi-Arabian clean energy company Alfanar in the state of Gujarat - is the largest integrated engineering, procurement and construction project in India. Senvion CSO David Hardy said “this win clearly demonstrates that Senvion has come of age in India for a long term play” and was expecting “a very busy time ahead”.

Read the press release in English here.

See the CLEW factsheet German onshore wind power – output, business and perspectives for more information.

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