Renewable energy firm Gamesa India recently said it has won an order from PTC Energy for development of 30 MW wind power project in Madhya Pradesh. “As per the new order, Gamesa will develop the entire infrastructure needed to operate the project with the supply, erection and commissioning of 15 units of G97-2.0 MW T104 wind turbines specially designed for low wind sites in India,” it said.
As a part of the contract, Gamesa has also entered into a long-term operations and maintenance agreement to ensure smooth functioning of the farm, it said. “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,” said Gamesa India CMD Ramesh Kymal. PTC Energy Chairman Deepak Amitabh 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… We expect to continue adding more renewable capacity in our portfolio.”