Suzlon founder reports mystery suitor

While Tulsi Tanti reports renewed interest in the crisis-plagued turbine maker, Indian authorities are in no small words attacking an analysis that concludes the country will fall short of its 2022 expansion target by 71 GW.
Photo: Suzlon
Photo: Suzlon

Vestas reportedly declined twice, while Brookfield has also dropped the idea. But now, debt-ridden Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon has found a new suitor for its business, the OEM's Chairman and Founder Tulsi Tanti tells Indian media Livemint. Who will be the company's savior, however, remains unknown.

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