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Suzlon's German subsidiary REpower bags order for 219 MW

The orders highlight Suzlon's strong outlook and long-term business visibility, driven by strong competitive global positioning as a group: Chairman

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Wind turbine-maker Energy today said its German subsidiary has bagged orders for supply of 219 MW machines worth 247 million euros in the June-July period in five countries.

The fifth largest wind turbine supplier in terms of cumulative installed capacity, bagged orders in Australia, France, Germany, Italy and Poland, a statement issued here said.

"These orders clearly underscore the continuing momentum in the wind sector across the developed markets," Suzlon Group chairman Tulsi Tanti said.

He said the orders highlight its strong outlook and long-term business visibility, driven by strong competitive global positioning as a group.

The projects include several wind farms in Germany featuring REpower's latest turbine models.

The company's global spread extends across Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa and North and South America with nearly 20,000 MW of installed capacity in 30 countries, operations across 33 countries and a workforce of over 13,000.

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Suzlon's German subsidiary REpower bags order for 219 MW

The orders highlight Suzlon's strong outlook and long-term business visibility, driven by strong competitive global positioning as a group: Chairman

Wind turbine-maker Suzlon Energy today said its German subsidiary REpower has bagged orders for supply of 219 MW machines worth 247 million euros in the June-July period in five countries.

Wind turbine-maker Energy today said its German subsidiary has bagged orders for supply of 219 MW machines worth 247 million euros in the June-July period in five countries.

The fifth largest wind turbine supplier in terms of cumulative installed capacity, bagged orders in Australia, France, Germany, Italy and Poland, a statement issued here said.

"These orders clearly underscore the continuing momentum in the wind sector across the developed markets," Suzlon Group chairman Tulsi Tanti said.

He said the orders highlight its strong outlook and long-term business visibility, driven by strong competitive global positioning as a group.

The projects include several wind farms in Germany featuring REpower's latest turbine models.

The company's global spread extends across Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa and North and South America with nearly 20,000 MW of installed capacity in 30 countries, operations across 33 countries and a workforce of over 13,000.

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