Senvion India Wins 102.6 MW Firm Order From Tata Power

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Senvion India Wins 102.6 MW Firm Order From Tata Power

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Senvion, a leading manufacturer of wind turbines, has been awarded a 102.6 MW project to deliver its high-quality Wind Turbines for Tata Power Saurya Limited (TPSL), a subsidiary of Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited. TPSL has recently won a 300 MW Wind Solar Hybrid project to supply power to Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd. (MSEDCL). The project will be developed in Koral, Maharashtra.

The project will comprise of 38 numbers of Senvion’s State-of-the-art 2.7 MW turbines. These machines will harness energy at 130 meters. The project also comes with a 25-year Fleet-Pro™ O&M contract as an option, which is Senvion’s comprehensive maintenance program for its installed turbines. Fleet-Pro delivers high quality digital interface with turbines, on-line prognosis and diagnosis and prompt service to realize full potential of the wind farm.

Ashish Khanna CEO of Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited said: “India is blessed with a potential of more than 300 GW of wind energy. Senvion have come forward to support Tata Power Renewables ideology of encouraging green energy by cost effective Made in India solutions. We are looking forward to not only this project but creating many landmark projects in the future too.”

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Amit Kansal, MD & CEO, of Senvion India, said “Tata Power is one of the pioneers in Power business in India and we at Senvion are very proud to be part of their journey towards a greener planet. This is a fast-paced project, and we will work closely with Tata Power in delivering a world class project on time. We are also very excited to sign a long-term service agreement along with this project. Wind Turbines are complex solutions and long-term quality maintenance is absolutely critical to meet the business case of our customers. Senvion will deploy its digital solutions in the Fleet-Pro™ Suite to harness the full value from the Windfarm”.

Jamal Wadi, Chairman of Senvion India and MD of Alfanar Global Development sums it up as “We thank Tata Power for placing its trust on Senvion. Senvion India is immensely proud to initiate this relationship. The product and solutions being offered by Senvion is gaining acceptance in the Indian market and alfanar is committed to strengthen it further. We are looking for a long- lasting relationship with Tata Power”.

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