Suzlon nabs order on home turf

New Suzlon turbines are selling better than expected on the home market. The turbines will compete with Vestas and GE in areas with low wind speeds.

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Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon, which is a competitor to Danish manufacturer Vestas, has won an order for a little over 100 MW on its home market.

The order is for 48 S111 wind turbines, which is the company's latest wind turbine model. This is according to a press release from the Indian company sent out Thursday.

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