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Suzlon wins 98MW Indian deal

INDIA: Suzlon has been awarded a 98MW turbine order by Mytrah Energy to supply a project in Telangana, southern India.

Suzlon has installed 8.6GW in India
Suzlon has installed 8.6GW in India

The manufacturer will supply and install 47 S97 2.1MW turbines to the site, along with its 120-metre hybrid tower for low wind sites. The project is expected online next year.

According to Suzlon, the contract is part of a 1GW partnership agreement signed between the two companies in May 2010.

Suzlon installed its first 120-metre tubular steel hybrid tower in Gujarat, west India, in November. The lattice and tubular tower is designed to increase energy output by 12-14% compared to a 90-metre tower, Suzlon said.

Mytrah Energy is a UK-based, India-focused independent power producer with a wind portfolio of 543MW across six Indian states.

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