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Suzlon Group, India’s top renewable energy solutions provider, has secured a second order for its 3 MW product series for the development of a 69.3 MW wind power project in Gujarat. The project will be built for Juniper Green Energy Private Limited and will include the installation of 22 wind turbine generators with a Hybrid Lattice Tubular tower. Each turbine has a rated capacity of 3.15 MW and will be part of Suzlon’s new product line. The wind project is expected to be commissioned in 2024 and will supply electricity to the people of Gujarat.
This is the first major order for Suzlon’s largest turbine rated 3.15 MW, S144-140m from the 3 MW series. Suzlon will provide equipment supply, erection, commissioning, and comprehensive operations and maintenance services post-commissioning as part of the agreement with Juniper Green Energy Private Limited.
Suzlon CEO JP Chalasani expressed his delight in the announcement and stated that Suzlon is committed to serving its customers and the nation with its proven technology, extensive experience, and service excellence in India. Naresh Mansukhani, the CEO of Juniper Green Energy, also expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership and said that Suzlon’s wind turbines are closely aligned with Juniper’s commitment to building a sustainable India through cost-effective, Made in India, renewable energy solutions.
Suzlon’s 3 MW Series is designed to increase energy generation, reduce the cost of energy, and contribute to an Aatmanirbhar Bharat. The series features a 144-meter rotor diameter and is designed to unlock low wind sites and deliver improved energy yield suitable for all Indian wind regimes. The S144 wind turbine generator is extendable up to 3.15 MW, making it one of the largest in India. It also features the time-tested Doubly Fed Induction Generator technology and the SB 70.5 carbon fiber blade, which provides excellent performance in low-wind sites and a significant increase in generation yield per unit of land.
Overall, Suzlon’s 3 MW series of wind turbines is a testament to the company’s dedication to delivering sustainable and cost-effective renewable energy solutions for the future. It is expected that the 3 MW – S144 technology will contribute significantly to India’s renewable energy and net-zero targets.