Saudi Arabia-based Alfanar Group announced its entry into India to tap Indian renewable energy market in collaboration with Suzlon.
Speaking on the occasion, JP Chalasani, Group CEO, Suzlon Group said, “We welcome Alfanar Energy to India and into our customer family. Renewable energy market is growing at a robust pace in India. With our two decades of experience, proven technologies, comprehensive product portfolio, and end-to-end solutions along with integrated maintenance and services, Suzlon is best positioned to serve Alfanar’s ambition to capitalize on the growing market opportunities in India.”
In the collaboration, Suzlon has secured 50.40 MW maiden order from Alfanar Energy and installation of 24 units of 2.1 MW, S111-90m wind turbine generator (WTG).
The Project is scheduled to be completed by March 2018.
Wasim Mallouhi, GM – Development, Alfanar Energy said, “This is our maiden project in the Indian renewable sector and we are happy to work with Suzlon, who are the pioneers of wind technology in the country, besides their project execution capabilities made Alfanar select them for this project.”
“It is our endeavour to provide clean and green energy and have set an ambitious plan to set up 2.2 GW of renewable projects in India, MENA and Africa in the next five years,” he added.