Source: The Economic Times, Jan 21, 2015
“The deal comprises 50 units of Gamesa G97-2.0MW T104m wind turbines which will be commissioned in two phases by June 2015. The project is expected to come up in Khanapur, Maharashtra”, Gamesa India, said in a statement.
The company would be responsible for project supply, erection and commissioning. The agreement includes long term comprehensive operations and maintenance agreement, it said.
The Orange Renewable Power Group is promoted by Singapore-based AT Holdings Pte Ltd and it plans to make 1,000 MW of renewable energy capacity by 2017, the statement said.