Last Updated : Wednesday, September 12, 2018 00:11:33

Suzlon Energy & CLP India, partner for two solar projects, in Maharashtra

PUNE | MUMBAI | RAJKOT – After wind the Tulsi Tanti led Suzlon Energy goes aggressive on investments in Solar Renewable Energy, in a regulatory filing along with press communications submitted to the Exchanges in India on Tuesday, Suzlon Energy Ltd said of having entered into partnership with CLP India for two solar projects in Maharashtra, each of 50 MW (MegaWatt) and 20 MW (MegaWatt).

CLP India, one of the largest foreign investors in the Indian power sector and Suzlon, India’s largest renewable energy solutions provider, today announced a joint venture for two solar projects of 50 MW and 20 MW in Dhule, Maharashtra, the statement read.

As per the agreement signed between CLP India and Suzlon Group on September 10, 2018, CLP India has agreed to acquire 49% stake in Gale Solarfarms Ltd and Tornado Solarfarms Ltd, two special purpose vehicles (SPV) set‐up by Suzlon, the statement said.

CLP India has the option to acquire the balance 51% stake in the future.

Suzlon is responsible to provide comprehensive operation and maintenance services for these projects that are already commissioned.

Mr. Rajiv Mishra, Managing Director, CLP India said,

“In the last 16 years, we have built one of the most  diversified fuel mix portfolios in the country and we are committed to expanding our renewable energy portfolio on the back of supportive government policies. With wind energy, we have been able to grow our footprint to almost 1000 MWs and we are confident of steadily building on our solar energy footprint. We already have two wind energy projects in Maharashtra and we are happy to add another two solar projects here.”

Mr. Mahesh Makhija, Director, Business Development and Commercial (Renewables), CLP India said,

“Renewable energy has been a key pillar for us in our growth journey. We believe the renewables sector has transformed over the years and introduced several international best practices that have enhanced ease of doing business and encouraged further investments. We believe in the potential growth of the sector and will continue evaluating sustainable projects. We have a long‐standing association with Suzlon for both our wind and solar projects. We made our foray into solar energy with them for a 100 MW project in Veltoor. This project was recently awarded world’s first solar project quality certification, having exhibited the highest quality standards. We are confident that we will be able to continue driving operational excellence across all our projects.”

Mr J.P. Chalasani, Group CEO, Suzlon Group said,

“We are glad to partner with CLP India for these two solar projects in Maharashtra. We are pioneers in the Indian wind energy and established a successful track record and leadership in the sector for over two decades. We are proud to have also proven our capabilities in solar with the execution of this 70 MW solar standalone project. We have commissioned a total of 340 MW solar projects including this and completed delivery of our entire solar order book. We are committed to partner with our customers to enable India’s transition to a low carbon economy. With our expertise now both in wind and solar, we are progressively working towards harnessing the emerging opportunities in Wind‐Solar Hybrid. Our pan‐India presence, comprehensive product portfolio, robust inhouse R&D and best‐in‐class services gives us the competitive edge.”


Immediately after the announcement from the company hit the exchanges, investors & traders reciprocated with positivity resulting an instant spike in the share price of the company which traded on choppy sessions throughout the day ending on negative counters in RED Zone, on Tuesday, when the trading session on the Indian Bourses ended.


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