Suzlon Energy bags maiden order in Romania

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Suzlon Energy A/S, Denmark, the wholly owned subsidiary of turbine producer Suzlon Energy has secured a major contract with Martifer for the delivery of 29 S88-2.1MW turbines, totaling a capacity of 60.9MW for projects in Romania, the company informed Bombay Stock Exchange.

This order represents Suzlon’s first wind turbine order in Romania and is a major addition to the company’s expanding global footprint. In addition, Suzlon and Martifer also signed a contract for wind power development in Portugal, supplying nine S88 turbines between the Baiao and Vila Franca de Xira wind farms for a total 18.9MW of capacity. (Business Standard)

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