Singapore-based Sembcorp has won an auction to build another 250MW wind power plant in India through its renewable energy business Sembcorp Green Infra.
The government has awarded a 250 megawatt (MW) wind power project to Singapore-based Sembcorp’s renewable energy arm Sembcorp Green Infra under India’s second nationwide wind power tender.
Its renewable energy business Sembcorp Green Infra was awarded a 250-megawatt project in the country’s second nationwide wind power tender, a press statement said on Monday (Nov 13).
Energy and infrastructure company Sembcorp today said its renewable energy business has won a bid for a new wind power project with close to 250 Megwatt capacity.
As wind turbine manufacturers vie for a share of the 1,000 MW of capacity auctioned last month, the big buzz in the market is that Suzlon is likely to bag an order for 250 MW from Sembcorp.