Suzlon wants to develop wind farms in the US

The Indian wind turbine manufacturer introduces both new turbines and plans for collaborating on projects to regain its foothold in the US market, where nearly 1 GW is underway. Furthermore, the company wants to make money off its former glory.


Vestas' impressive stand at the Chicago trade show offers virtual reality tours up to the top of the company's new turbines. If you look the other direction, one might almost sense turbulence from the competitor's turbine; in any case, GE is offering a similar journey up to those staggering heights. If one gets tired of that and needs a nerve tonic, Siemens Gamesa's neighboring stand offers fresh coffee.

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