Suzlon eyes 2,000 MW of wind energy projects in India over next five years

Suzlon is eyeing the state of Madhya Pradesh to build all 2,000 MW of new wind energy projects, as well as establish supporting manufacturing facilities. The intent to build on the state of Madhya Pradesh was expressed during the Global Investors Summit 2014 that was held in Indore.

India-based wind turbine maker Suzlon has expressed its intent to build 2,000 megawatts-worth of new wind energy projects in India over the next five years.

Suzlon is eyeing the state of Madhya Pradesh to build all 2,000 MW of new wind energy projects, as well as establish supporting manufacturing facilities. The intent to build on the state of Madhya Pradesh was expressed during the Global Investors Summit 2014 that was held in Indore.

According to Suzlon, established wind energy projects for small and medium-sized enterprise sector and independent power producers will drive investments and create sustainable economic growth for the state.

“The M.P. Government has an impressive track record of delivering 11 percent all round economic growth in 2013-14, with a very impressive growth of 25 percent in the agriculture sector which is the highest in the world. This is indeed a testament of the state’s progressive outlook and pro industry policies that offer a conducive business environment,” said Tulsi Tanti, Suzlon Group chairman, during the summit.

“M.P. has not only emerged as one of the fastest growing states in the country but is a power surplus state as well, with close to 14,000 MW installed capacity,” he explained. Mr. Tanti has also showed his confidence with the state’s government in enhancing its clean energy portfolio and industry growth.

In line with the vision of Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Suzlon noted that it is fully committed to affordable energy to all and to continue towards building greener economy of Madhya Pradesh. – EcoSeed Staff

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