Mumbai: Senvion, a manufacturer of wind turbines, has received a 591 MW project to supply wind turbines for JSW Energy. Senvion turbines are deployed in JSW Energy’s ongoing pipeline of 2.5 GW of renewable projects under construction.
The project will include Senvion’s state-of-the-art 2.7 MW turbines. When fully operational, these wind turbines will produce enough clean energy to meet the electricity needs of over 450,000 Indian households. One of the key factors in awarding the contract to Senvion was a competitive product due to high indigenization, technical strength and quality. Delivery of the turbines will begin in the first half of 2022.
Prashant Jain, MD & CEO of JSW Energy, said, “We are excited to be working with Senvion on our flagship wind projects. Senvion has come up with a high quality proposition backed by high quality turbines, strong technical skills and an attitude towards working together on solutions for a successful completion of the project. We look forward to the timely completion of the wind projects under construction. “
The project also comes with a 10 year Fleet ProTM O&M contract, a comprehensive maintenance program from Senvion for its installed turbines. Fleet-Pro offers a high-quality digital interface to turbines, online forecasting and diagnosis as well as immediate service in order to exploit the full potential of the wind farm.
Amit Kansal, MD & CEO of Senvion India, said, “The success of such a project depends on pre-engineering and optimization which helps not only to win but also to execute later. The two teams are now working tirelessly to set the schedules for Commissioning and Build a World Class Project Senvion is fully committed to delivering world class technology and making a significant contribution to the Government of India vision of 450 GW of installed renewable energy in the country by 2030 . “
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