Suzlon arm receives 50 MW repeat order from Chinese power producer
14 September 2010
Suzlon Energy (Tianjin) Ltd, a subsidiary of Suzlon Energy Ltd, has secured a repeat order for supply of a 50-megawatt wind turbine from one of China's five largest power producers.
Under the contract, Suzlon will supply 24 units of the Suzlon S88 (LTV-50Hz) turbines, each with a rated power of 2.1 MW, the company said in a filing with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
The turbines are to be delivered between October and December 2010 to the wind farm in the Autonomous Region of Inner Mongolia. This order will increase Suzlon's total supplies in China to 1,119.8 MW, the company said in the filing.
Suzlon is a vertically integrated wind turbine maker, with manufacturing capabilities for all key components and is well equipped to meet the growing global demand for wind energy equipment.
The company has production facilities in China, India, and the US and caters to all key markets across the globe. The company raised its manufacturing capacity from 1,500 MW to 2,700 MW in 2008 and is now looking at raising it further to 5,700 MW.
Suzlon has a workforce of 4,000 people worldwide.