Suzlon wins 120 MW order in Western USA

Procurement and manufacturing commenced immediately on contract execution while roadwork and foundation construction will begin in the second quarter of 2012. Delivery of the Suzlon wind turbines is expected to occur in the third quarter with erection slated for soon after the first turbines arrive on site. Commissioning of the power plant is scheduled for the last quarter of calendar year 2012.

“The US is a very important market for us and this order underscores our strong technology and service offering alongside our robust track record. As we enter into what is expected to be a year of record growth for the US, we believe we are among the most competitively positioned to capitalize on this opportunity,” said Tulsi Tanti, founder, Chairman and Managing Director of the Suzlon Group.


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