Wind turbine maker Gamesa has signed an agreement to supply to the 200-megawatt Khanpur wind project in Maharashtra, India.
The project is jointly developed by AT Holdings Pte. Ltd and Orange Renewable Power. The agreement to supply 50 sets of its 2-megawatt wind turbines is in addition to an earlier agreement supply a similar amount of the same turbines to the project.
The company has signed a new agreement with Orange for the supply of 25 G97-2.0 MW Class S turbines at the Khanapur wind farm; this contract tops up the recently announced 50 MW supply agreement for this same project.
The company will also provide operation and maintenance services to the project under a long-term arrangement. The first 50-MW phase of the project commissioning is scheduled to be completed by March of this year, while the second phase to be commissioned by June.