A renewable energy solutions provider, Suzlon Group, made an announcement, confirming its order secure for the 100.8MW Everrenew Energy Project in India. In total, official reports note that Suzlon will carry out the installation of 48 wind turbine generators (WTGs).
Everrenew Energy’s project installations will be at the Hybrid Lattice Tubular Tower at Belliyanani Phase II in Tamil Nadu. The supply of the wind turbines will be provided by Suzlon. Moreover, the firm will also supervise the execution as well as commissioning of the development.
The 100.8MW Everrenew Energy Project’s Goals
Suzlon’s Chief Executive Officer said that the facility’s power generation strives to serve the Commercial and Industrial (C&I) consumer segment. Furthermore, JP Chalasani said it aims to create a deeper reach to renewable energy, especially in the region. Thus, through the development, Suzlon will further actualize its target goals. With, pivoting Indian industries towards achieving net-zero targets, being top-priority. By March 2024, the project aims to have kicked off operations.
Quite impressively, the turbines that will be made use of, include time-tested, Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) technology. One of its added advantages is that it efficiently integrates the wind turbines into the utility network. This in turn will enable grid requirements to be catered to. Moreover, the R&D efforts will lower energy costs as well as pave the way for maximum harnessing of energy, especially from low-wind areas.
While commenting on the 100.8MW Everrenew Energy Project, Everrenew Energy’s CEO said that it magnificently aligns with the vision of creating a more future. Venkatesh R further commended Suzlon’s commitment to Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan. In a nutshell, the Rs. 20 lakh crore economic package got announced by the Prime Minister in Aug 2020. Overall, its main target goal involves leading India into overall, and more self-reliance.