Suzlon grabs small order on domestic market

Indian wind turbine maker Suzlon will deliver 75 MW to its domestic market.

India's Suzlon has received an order to deliver 36 of its S111-140m turbines with capacity of 2.1 MW each, announces the firm.

The customer is a local, Indian energy company in the Maharashtra province, and the farm is part of the state's tender of new wind projects. When the farm is completed, it will deliver power to around 50,000 homes. Suzlon will handle the planning and installation of the farm, and has further been awarded a multiple-year service contract.

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