Suzlon Group gets order for 31.5 MW wind power project from Integrum Energy Infrastructure Pvt Limited

On Thursday, Suzlon Group announced that it has received a new contract for the building of a 31.5 MW wind power project for Integrum Energy Infrastructure Private Limited. Suzlon stated in a regulatory filing that it would install 15 of its S120-140m wind turbine generators (WTGs) with a Hybrid Lattice Tubular (HLT) tower with a rated capacity of 2.1 MW in Maharashtra and Karnataka. May 2024 is when the project is anticipated to be put into operation. According to the report, the project’s scope can reduce annual CO2 emissions by 0.81 lakh tonnes and provide electricity to 20,000 families.

The project’s scope includes procurement, set up, and commissioning. Suzlon will also provide services for post-commissioning operation and maintenance.

“This project’s power output will be used only for captive purposes, furthering India’s adoption of renewable energy. By supplying the domestic economy with green energy, Suzlon is dedicated to creating a sustainable India,” according to JP Chalasani, Chief Executive Officer of Suzlon Group.

“At Integrum Energy Infrastructure Private Limited, we are dedicated to establishing a carbon-neutral and sustainable India. We are excited to work with Suzlon, a premier provider of renewable energy solutions with solid technology and a successful track record in India. With a focus on boosting the use of renewable energy in India, we look forward to developing several historic renewable energy projects in the future,” said Anand Lahoti, founder and CEO of Integrum Energy Infrastructure Private Limited.

The proven Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) technology is used in Suzlon turbines to effectively integrate wind turbines into the utility network and meet grid standards.

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