* With the latest order, the wind energy company was able get a total of 550 MW of wind energy projects from NTPC alone.
* The wind energy project is set to be executed in the western coastal state of Gujarat.
Indian wind energy company-Inox Wind today announced bagging another repeat order of 150 Megawatt (MW) from NTPC Renewable Energy Limited, a wholly subsidiary of the NTPC Green Energy Limited. The wind energy project is set to be executed in the western coastal state of Gujarat. With the latest order, the wind energy company was able get a total of 550 MW of wind energy projects from NTPC alone.
'As part of the order, Inox Wind will supply and install existing and new technology state of the art Wind Turbine Generators. Additionally, as part of the agreement, Inox Wind will be responsible for operation and maintenance (O&M) services for the project. This addition will contribute to the expansion of Inox Wind's O&M fleet, enhancing overall profitability', said Tarachandani, Kailash Tarachandani, CEO of Inox Wind.
The company in its media statement said that as a provider of comprehensive solutions across the wind power value chain, Inox Wind had a substantial order book, making it a key player in the industry. The company's latest order further strengthens its position and supports its commitment to India's renewable energy agenda, it said.
Inox with its wind energy portfolio is servicing Independent Power Producers, Utilities, PSUs & Corporate investors. It is also a part of the USD ~ 5 BN INOX GFL Group, the group has a legacy of over nine decades and is primarily focused on two business verticals - chemicals and renewable energy. It has three manufacturing plants in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
The plant near Ahmedabad (Gujarat) and Barwani (Madhya Pradesh) manufactures blades and tubular towers while hubs and nacelles are manufactured at the company's facility at Una (Himachal Pradesh). It also has a facility for manufacturing Hubs & Nacelles at Bhuj, Gujarat. Inox Wind's manufacturing capacity stands at 1,600 MW per annum.