German turbine producer secures first order in India

One of the new and smaller players on the Indian wind market, German Senvion, has secured a large chunk of the latest tender from the Goldman Sachs supported developer ReNew Power.

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Senvion has secured a large order far from its head office in Hamburg. The German turbine manufacturer has been asked to deliver 44 turbines and 101.2 MW to the project Bhuwas in the Indian state Gujarat. The order comes from Indian developer ReNew Power, which Goldman Sachs supports financially, announces Senvion in a press release.

"ReNew's contract award demonstrates both Senvion's technological leadership as well as our rigorous geographic expansion. Entering the high volume Indian market proves that we offer the right solutions for a highly competitive market. This award is a milestone for Senvion and shows that technological pioneering and strong partnerships are key for succeeding in highly attractive markets," says CEO of Senvion, Jürgen Geissinger, in the press release.

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