NEW DELHI: Welspun Renewables today announced commissioning of 126 MW wind project located in Pratapgarh district of Rajasthan.
“The project is the largest wind project in the company’s portfolio. The project will generate 290 million units of clean energy and help mitigate 2,11,922 tonnes of carbon emissions annually. Rs 840 crore was secured to build this mega wind capacity,” the company said in a press release.
Welspun Renewables Vice Chairman Vineet Mittal said, “Our project site in Pratapgarh is one of the most suitable sites in the country for wind energy. Like most of our solar and wind projects, this will also be among the highest generating power plants in India.”
Welspun Renewables has successfully developed all its projects well before their scheduled deadlines and at a lower cost ratio as compared to other developers in the clean energy sector.
The company has successfully commissioned approx 700 MW (DC) capacity of clean energy. In line with the government’s renewable energy initiatives, Welspun Renewables is well on target to commission 1 GW of solar and wind power projects by the end of this financial year.