Inox Wind, a subsidiary of Gujarat Fluorochemicals, said it has been awarded two wind farm project contracts of 54 MW and 118 MW in Gujarat and Rajasthan, respectively by Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL). Financial details of the contract were not revealed.
TPREL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power.
Inox will supply, erect and commission 86 units of its two-MW wind turbine generators.
The Gujarat project, near Rojmal village of Bhavnagar district, is to be completed by June 2015, while the Rajasthan project, which is close to Dangri village of Jaisalmer district, by March 2016.
Inox is responsible for site acquisition to commissioning, besides long-term operation and maintenance of the projects.
Kailash Tarachandani, CEO, Inox Wind, said, “Through comprehensive capabilities across the wind energy value chain and an endeavour to provide end-to-end solutions, we will assist Tata Power in growing their wind energy portfolio in the country. ”
Rahul Shah, CEO, TPREL, said, “The projects reinforce our commitment to add 150-200 MW every year and going by the new government’s outlook on the renewable energy space in the country, we are confident of sustaining our growth in the sector.”
Inox Wind is a turnkey solutions provider in the wind energy market in India with manufacturing plants located at Rohika near Ahmedabad (Gujarat) for Blades & Tubular Towers and at Una (Himachal Pradesh) for Hubs & Nacelles.