Pause in Indian wind expansion hurts Suzlon

The second-largest turbine manufacturer on the Indian wind market is feeling the negative impact from the current vacuum, just like the largest player Siemens Gamesa.

Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon booked revenue in the latest quarter, from April to July, of INR 26.7 billion (EUR 353 million), and the net result came to INR 401 million, shows the company's financial results.

These results could appear either positive or negative, depending on the frame of reference.

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