Renewable energy firm Gamesa today said it has commissioned wind power generation capacity of 2050 mw in 2016 17 financial year.
“Being the first ever wind company in India to have achieved this number in one year, Gamesa has doubled its efforts as compared to last year thus setting a new benchmark in the Indian wind Industry,” the company said in a statement.
“Today the company has a total installed capacity of over 4800 mw across seven states in India,” it said.
The company has projects across seven wind rich states of India and operates two nacelle manufacturing facilities near Chennai, Tamil Nadu and a blade manufacturing plant in Halol, Gujarat. Read More…
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