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Suzlon will deliver two dozen turbines in just three months

The Indian wind turbine manufacturer has received its first order for its new hybrid wind turbine.

Suzlon has received an order for 50.4 MW. A returning client, which is only described as a "leading IPP company", has placed the order which will be the first for the Indian manufacturer's new onshore wind turbine SIII 120. 24 turbines have been ordered for the project in the state of Karnataka, Suzlon writes in a press release.

"The S111 120 m is an innovative product and will be a game-changer in the Indian wind industry, with its cost effective design and superior technology S111 120m will further reduce the levelised cost of energy (LCoE)," says Group CEO, J.P. Chalasani.

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