Senvion India wins supply order of wind turbine for 591-MW project of JSW Energy

Under the terms of the deal, Senvion India will provide JSW Energy with its 2.7-MW wind turbines, which would produce enough green energy to power over 450,000 houses in India.

Senvion India Pvt Ltd, a spin-off of German wind turbine maker Senvion GmbH, has bagged an order to supply wind turbines to JSW Energy Limited which is a division of the domestic conglomerate JSW Group. As part of the order, Senvoin will be providing wind turbines for a 591 Megawatt project of JSW Energy.

In a joint statement released on October 4, both companies announced that “Senvion, a leading manufacturer of wind turbines, has been awarded a 591 MW project to deliver its high-quality wind turbines for JSW Energy.”

Prashant Jain, MD & CEO at JSW Energy commented on the newfound association between the two companies and Senvion’s competence in fulfilling the new role. He stated, “We are happy to work with Senvion in our flagship wind projects. Senvion presented a high-quality proposal backed by quality turbines, strong engineering capability and an attitude to jointly work towards solutions for a successful execution of the project. We look forward to on-time completion of the under-construction wind projects.” 

Under the terms of the deal, Senvion India will provide JSW Energy with its 2.7-MW wind turbines, which would produce enough green energy to power over 450,000 houses in India. The turbines will be deployed in the ongoing pipeline of 2.5 GW of renewable projects undertaken by JSW. It was also revealed in the joint statement that the delivery of the turbines will start from the first half of 2022.

Discussing Senvion’s vision for the project, Amit Kansal, MD & CEO, of Senvion India stated that “the two teams are now working relentlessly to meet the commissioning timelines and to build a world-class project. Senvion is fully committed to deliver world-class technology and significantly contribute towards the vision of the Indian Government to achieve 450GW of installed renewable power in the country by 2030.”

The project comes with a Fleet-ProTM O&M (operations and maintenance) contract, which constitutes that Senvion will see to the maintenance of the installed turbines for the next 10 years.

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