Suzlon Group, India’s largest renewable energy solutions provider, announced a new order for the development of an 81.9 MW wind energy project for Oyster Green Hybrid One Private Limited. Suzlon will install 26 Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs) with Hybrid Lattice Tubular (HLT) towers, each with a rated capacity of 3.15 MW, at the client’s site in Agar, Madhya Pradesh.

Key highlights :

  • Suzlon will supply 26 wind turbines, each with a rated capacity of 3.15 MW.
  • The project will be located in Agar, Madhya Pradesh, with a total installed capacity of 81.9 MW.
  • Electricity generated from the project will be supplied to Commercial and Industrial (C&I) customers under a captive model.
  • A project of this size can provide electricity to approximately 67,000 households and curb around 266,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.

This order features Suzlon’s larger rated 3.15 MW, S144-140m turbines from the 3 MW product series. As part of the agreement, Suzlon will supply the wind turbines, execute the project’s erection and commissioning, and undertake comprehensive operations and maintenance services post-commissioning.

Vivek Srivastava, Chief Executive Officer of India Business, Suzlon Group, stated, “We are happy to announce our first order with Oyster Green Hybrid One Private Limited, a reputable Indian Independent Power Producer (IPP). We welcome Oyster to the Suzlon experience and thank them for trusting our leading technology and comprehensive capabilities throughout the wind energy value chain. The electricity generated from this project will target the commercial and industrial (C&I) customer segment, increasing the penetration of renewable energy in India. Suzlon is deeply committed to powering the industry with sustainable green energy to support their progress and net-zero ambitions.”

“Every Suzlon turbine is manufactured in India through a thriving domestic ecosystem, aligning with the ‘Make in India’ and ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ initiatives, contributing to a greener world. This also supports our mission to consistently lower the cost of energy, making green power accessible and affordable for all,” he added.


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