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Sembcorp Completes 800MW SECI Wind Capacity in India

Power News - Published on Fri, 31 Jul 2020

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Sembcorp Energy India Limited commemorated the completion of 800MW of Solar Energy Corporation of India wind power projects, bringing its operational renewable energy capacity in India to 1,730MW. With the full commissioning of its 300MW SECI 3 wind project, Sembcorp becomes the first independent power producer to deliver on its projects awarded in the first three wind tenders held by SECI. This is also the largest operational wind capacity for any developer to-date from SECI tenders. Together, these assets provide enough clean energy to power more than 600,000 homes and avoid over 2 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide emissions.

Sembcorp’s SECI 3 project is the first in the country to install 2.1MW G122-127m wind turbines which are designed to work efficiently even at low wind speeds. The wind turbine generators used in Sembcorp’s SECI 1 and 2 projects are also well suited to a variety of climatic conditions. In addition, Sembcorp’s proprietary remote digital monitoring and analytics capabilities are synchronised with teams on the ground, to optimise performance and asset life.

Since entering the India market in 2011, SEIL has established itself as a reliable independent power producer in the country. With a presence across nine states, SEIL owns and operates 35 assets with a total power capacity of 4,370MW including 1,730MW of renewables.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Fri, 31 Jul 2020
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