The turnkey project will be carried out at the Jaora site in Madhya Pradesh and will be commissioned by March 2016
Gamesa India, country’s leading renewable energy company, has won a new order for 30 MW turnkey wind power project with PTC Energy Limited, which is a 100% subsidiary of PTC India Limited and a leading power trading company, at Jaora in Madhya Pradesh. This is the first order the company has signed with PTC Energy.
As per the new order, Gamesa will develop the entire infrastructure needed to operate the project with the supply, erection & commissioning of 15 units of G97-2.0 MW T104 wind turbines specially designed for low wind sites in India. As a part of the contract, Gamesa has also entered into a long term operations and maintenance agreement to ensure smooth functioning of the wind farm. This project due to be commissioned by March 2016 is a part of Gamesa India’s order book for the fourth quarter of 2015. This win is a part of the recent global announcement of order supply worth 130 MW that Gamesa has secured in India.
Speaking about this order for the company, Mr. Ramesh Kymal, Chairman and Managing Director, Gamesa India said, “We are delighted to announce this new deal with PTC Energy Limited. Over the years our wind customer base has been growing at an encouraging pace and we ended 2015 on a good note with multiple order wins that have helped us achieve our 2015 targets. With the support of our loyal customers and an efficient team we are looking forward to a great 2016.”
Commenting on the deal, Mr. Deepak Amitabh, Chairman, PTC Energy Limited said, “PTC India Ltd believes Renewable Energy as a next growth driver to enrich the power sector which would in turn broaden the power market. PTC on its own and through its subsidiaries – PTC India Financial Services Ltd. (PFS) and PTC Energy Ltd. (PEL) has been an active participant in the renewable energy sector. We are pleased to award the EPC to Gamesa India for development of 30 MW Wind Power Project in Madhya Pradesh. We expect to continue adding more renewable capacity in our portfolio.”