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GE to supply 327MW for one of India’s largest wind farms

GE Renewable Energy will supply 121 of its 2.7-132 turbines for a 327MW wind farm in Madhya Pradesh, central India.

SB Energy’s Pritam Nagar project is one of the largest onshore wind farms currently planned in the country, with only five projects with higher capacities listed in Windpower Intelligence, the research and data division of Windpower Monthly.

Turbine manufacturer GE will carry out much of the manufacturing needed for the 327MW Pritam Nagar (SECI 6 – SB Energy) Pritam Nagar (SECI 6 – SB Energy) (327MW) OnshoreMadhya Pradesh, India, Asia-Pacific Click to see full details project in India.

It will design components at its technology centre in Karnataka (south), manufacture blades in its plants in Gujarat (north-west) and Karnataka, and assemble turbines at its multi-modal manufacturing facility in Maharashtra (west).

Developer SB Energy – a subsidiary of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group – won the rights to the project in the tranche-VI auction of wind projects by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) in February 2019.

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