Suzlon, an Indian turbine manufacturer, has clinched a substantial order for its 3MW wind turbines to power a 50.4MW project undertaken by Juniper Green Energy Private Limited. The project, located in Gujarat's Dwarka district, is set to be commissioned in 2025.
Suzlon will provide and install 16 units, each boasting a rated capacity of 3.15MW, mounted on Hybrid Lattice Tubular (HLT) towers. This order marks the second collaboration between Suzlon and Juniper Green Energy for the S144-140m model from Suzlon's 3MW series. In addition to turbine supply, Suzlon will oversee the complete project execution, including erection and commissioning, and offer comprehensive post-commissioning operations and maintenance services.
Suzlon Group CEO, JP Chalasani, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We are delighted to announce our second order with Juniper Green Energy Private Limited in a short period of time for our 3MW series. Juniper Green Energy is a committed renewable energy independent power producer player in India with a comprehensive wind, solar, and hybrid power projects. We are honored that it has partnered with us again for its wind energy project. The electricity from this project will serve the people of Gujarat, helping us deepen our contribution to the state. Suzlon is committed to serve our customers and the nation with our proven technology, extensive experience, and service excellence in India. We look forward to a continued partnership with Juniper Green Energy in their journey towards a greener India.”
Juniper Green Energy's CEO, Naresh Mansukhani, also shared his enthusiasm, saying, “At Juniper, we are committed to contribute significantly to India's renewable energy journey. We are delighted to partner with the country's leading renewable energy solutions provider, Suzlon, for our wind energy project. Suzlon is closely aligned to the ideology of Juniper Green Energy Private Limited of building a sustainable India through cost-effective, made-in-India, renewable energy solutions. With significant experience in conceptualizing, building, and developing renewable energy assets, we embark on our wind energy journey and look forward to creating many more landmark projects in the future.”