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Suzlon wins 52.4 MW project from Oil India, to power 28,000 households

suzlon-oilSuzlon Group, a renewable energy solutions provider, said it has won its first project from Oil India Ltd (OIL) for 52.5 MW for two sites in Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.

The project will provide power to around 28,000 households and will reduce .11 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per annum, said the company.

The project which is scheduled to be completed by June next year will comprise of Suzlon’s S11190m tubular tower and S97120m hybrid tower with a rated capacity of 2.1MW each.

J.P Chalasani, Group CEO of Suzlon Group said,”We welcome Oil India Ltd in our customer profile and would be delighted to forge a solid partnership with our maiden venture with them. We are witnessing increasing traction in investments in renewables by leading PSU’s. This order win is a testament of Oil India’s confidence in Suzlon’s technology and execution capabilities. Suzlon is in alignment with the nations COP 21 commitment of generating 40% of its energy from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030. With our pan-India presence, end-to-end solutions and technologically advanced product, Suzlon is aptly positioned to capitalize on the growing market opportunities in India.”

Suzlon Group is a renewable energy solutions provider with presence across 19 countries in Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia and North and South America.

Oil India Limited, a Indian public sector company,is the second largest hydracarbon exploration and production company in India under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.

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