Thirty-four companies, including some of the largest global and domestic wind energy players, participated in the Expression of Interest (EoI) floated by the government on the plan to set up the country’s first mega offshore wind farm.
MNRE held discussions over two days last month with interested parties following the EoI. In the next stage, the ministry will design the main tender document based on the preliminary discussions with companies.
The participants included Denmark’s largest energy company Orsted; investment firm Copenhagen Infrastructure partners; Saudi Arabian Alfanar; US-based Deep Water Structures; PNE Wind, WPD Offshore Solutions, EON Climate and Senvion from Germany; Canadian Northland Power; Heerema Marine from Singapore; Macquarie Group and Innogy Renewable from UK; Equinor from Norway; Park Wind from Belgium and Saipem from Italy. Read More
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