K.P. Energy Limited has announced that a wind turbine supply order for a total of 47.60 MW has been placed by KP Group to Suzlon Energy Limited (Suzlon). This order comprises 17 wind turbines of S133 model, to be supplied by Suzlon.
Out of this order, KP Energy Limited (the Company) has awarded the order of 7 wind turbines, representing a capacity of 19.6 MW of S133 model wind turbines, to Suzlon and balance 10 wind turbines of S133 are ordered by KPI Green Energy Limited. The project will be developed at the Vagra site in Bharuch district as part of the Company's Independent Power Producer (IPP) segment, which focuses on building its own power generating assets and selling green energy to customers who want to decarbonise their operations. The Company will make the necessary arrangements to sell the power generated by these projects to Commercial and Industrial (C&I) clients for captive use.
It is worth mentioning that the Company's current IPP portfolio stands at 18.4 MW. Upon commissioning of the 19.6 MW project, the cumulative capacity will increase to 38 MW.
This order signifies a significant milestone for the Company, bringing it closer to its objective of fostering a greener and more reliable energy landscape in the country.
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