Indian manufacturer lands order for 50 turbines

Struggling wind turbine maker Inox has announced an order for 100 MW from India's first wind tender.

Photo: Inox

Inox has secured a turnkey order for 100 MW. The Indian wind turbine manufacturer will supply 50 of its 2 MW turbines with rotor diameters of 113 meters for a farm that the company Adani Green Energy is installing in the state of Gujarat, Inox states in a press release.

The order stems from the first tender of wind capacity completed by the state agency Solar Energy Corp. of India (SECI) in February. 1 GW was awarded, of which 250 MW were won by Inox' infrastructure unit at a price of INR 3.46 / kWh (EUR 0.05 / kWh), for which Inox has signed a 25-year power purchasing agreement with PTC India.

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