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NOV 18 2016

Inox Wind bags repeat order from Roha Dyechem for 40 Megawatt project in Gujarat

  • Economic Times, ET Bureau / Hyderabad
  • Created: Fri 18th NOV 2016

Noida-based Inox Wind Limited has won a repeat order for 40 Megawatt wind power project in Gujarat.

Inox will execute the project on turnkey basis for Roha Dyechem Private Limited, a manufacturers of natural and synthetic colours, and the project is scheduled to be commissioned by March 2017. The 40 MW project from Roha is part of the 350 MW of orders announced by lnox Wind on 3rd October 2016, according to an Inox release.

As part of the order Inox will install 20 units of it's 2MW-113 meter rotor diameter turbine. The wind turbine manufacturer will end to end solutions from development and construction to commissioning and providing long term operations and maintenance services, the media release added.

"We are pleased to further build on the success of lnox's 2 MW platform in India." said Kailash Tarachandani, Chief Executive Officer of lnox Wind Limited in his statement.

RDPL has diversified its activities in Renewable Energy, as one of the emerging sectors of its business in the years to come. RDPL has already successfully invested in an aggregate of 52.5 MW of Solar Energy and 13.5 MW in Wind Energy and further plans to reach a combined milestone of 500 MW at various locations.

 

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