Engie wants to install a gigawatt wind in India

The French utility will continue its green transition with a new joint venture aimed at installing a "robust pipeline" of Indian projects.

French Engie is joining forces with Dubai-based investment company Abraaj Group to construct an Indian wind platform. The two companies have "identified a robust pipeline of wind power projects representing over 1 GW in several key states" in India, writes Engie in a statement.

"Energy demand is growing tremendously in India, and Engie is investing in green energy sources as part of supporting the country with its sustainable development plans. Indeed, the Platform is fully in line with our commitment: provide clean and renewable energy for all," says CEO of Engie in the Middle East, South & Central Asia and Turkey, Sébastien Arbola.

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