Suzlon wins order to supply 10MW of wind turbine capacity in Sri Lanka

2009/02/02 22:53:11 China Wind Power NetWork
Indian Wind Turbine manufacturer Suzlon Energy has received an order to supply 10MW of wind turbine capacity to a project developed by Senok wind power in Sri Lanka.  
The project, supplied with eight units of Suzlon's S64 1.25MW wind turbines, will come up in the Kalpitiya region of Sri Lanka. Supply of turbines to the project will commence in fiscal 2009, with project completion slated for fiscal 2010. 
Rohit Modi, president of Suzlon Energy India, said: "This is a key new order for Suzlon. We are very pleased to partner with one of Sri Lanka's leading business conglomerate for this project. We believe there is a bright future for Wind Energy in Sri Lanka and have an exclusive partnership in this region with Senok Group." www.energy-business-review.com

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