Suzlon reports progress in strained market

The Indian wind turbine maker has delivered four times more megawatts in 2022 than the year before while also improving the operating result.

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Suzlon was down for the count and headed for either bankruptcy or acquisition.

But like Rocky Balboa, the fight is not over until the towel is thrown into the ring, and right now Suzlon Chair Tulsi Tanti is seemingly only using it mop his brow. It certainly isn’t unthinkable that several chief execs and chairs in wind OEMs feel a need to wipe the sweat off their faces.

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