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Construction of 50.4 MW wind farm for India

Indian Energy has entered into an agreement with Suzlon Energy Ltd. for the construction of a 50.4 MW wind farm at Tejuva in the state of Rajastan.

The Tejuva Wind Project is to be constructed by Suzlon under a turnkey contract with construction expected to start before 31 December 2010 and full commissioning scheduled by July 2011.

Rupert Strachwitz, Chief Executive of Indian Energy, comments: “We are delighted to have secured this excellent project from Suzlon. We look forward to not only working with them on completing the Tejuva Project but also future projects as we continue to deliver on our objective of building our medium term capacity to 300 MW.”

Indian Energy is an independent power producer that owns and operates wind farms across three states in India. Once the Tejuva Wind Project is completed, Indian Energy’s total annual generating capacity will be 91.7MW.
 

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