Gamesa bags order for 50 MW wind power project from ReNew Power

The order entails the supply of 25 units of G114-2.0MW T106 turbine for the 50 MW project, which is scheduled for commissioning in March 2017, at Bijapur district in Karnataka

Image courtesy: Gamesa

Image courtesy: Gamesa

BS B2B Bureau Chennai
Gamesa has bagged an order for a 50 MW turnkey wind project from ReNew Power, one of India’s leading renewable energy companies. The order entails the supply of 25 units of G114–2.0MW T106 turbine for the 50 MW project at Bijapur district in Karnataka. This project is scheduled for commissioning in March 2017. 

“We are delighted to partner with Gamesa once again. Within a short span, we have built a robust Wind portfolio across the country and our partnerships with trusted OEM’s like Gamesa have been instrumental in the execution of our clean energy projects,” said Sumant Sinha, chairman & CEO, ReNew Power.

Ramesh Kymal, chairman and managing director, Gamesa India, added, “We have entered a new era of renewable energy growth that has the potential to meet the rising demand for power in the country. These partnerships certainly prove the country’s growing renewable energy interest and will accelerate growth of renewable energy industry. This deal with ReNew Power solidifies our enduring partnership and is an acknowledgement of our quality service and testament to our expertise.”

ReNew Power Ventures Pvt Ltd, an independent power producer (IPP) company, is focusing on providing cleaner and smarter energy choices and thereby reducing India’s carbon footprint.  The company creates value through reliable and efficient generation of non-conventional power through innovation in solar and wind power solutions. It has more than 3,000 MW of commissioned and under-construction clean energy capacity across nine states in India. In March 2016, ReNew Power became the first company to cross 1,000 MW of commissioned capacity in wind and solar energy in India. The company is backed by marquee investors such as Goldman Sachs, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Asian Development Bank, and Global Environment Fund and has raised a total equity of $650 million so far.

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First Published: Sep 26 2016 | 10:34 AM IST

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