28th Feb 2022, Mumbai: Senvion India announces the completion of the tests and enlisting of its new machine 2.3M130/2.7MW. Senvion became one of the rare OEMs to install prototype in India. The Prototype is installed in Tithwa Gujarat. The new machine will generate power at a height of 130 m with a Rotor of 130m.
Senvion India achieved its Type Certificate on 3rd of December 2021 and now has been enlisted in the Revised List of Model Manufacturers (RLMM) , which means it’s now commercially available to be connected to grid. We thank Ministry of N ew and Renewable Energy and National Institute of Wind Energy in providing guidance and support in this journey.
Speaking on the occasion Amit Kansal, CEO and MD of Senvion India, said: “Our new machine is extensively tested in Indian environment conditions, which many times is different from European conditions. Senvion has set-up the prototype in Gujarat, India and all the type tests were carried out in India itself. We are also ensuring that the component sourcing will be highly localized in India and expect 80% sourcing through domestic manufacturers, demonstrating our commitment towards Make in India.”
Jamal Wadi, Chairman of Senvion India / President & CEO of Alfanar Construction and Global Developmentsaid : “This is a turning point for Senvion India, as this highly capable machine will now be commercialized for our customers and we will start connecting the machine to the Grid from 2Q2022. We expect this turbine to be highly successful in the Indian market and help meet the Renewable Energy Mission of the government of India.”
Senvion India is present in India since 2016. Senvion has fully operation factory in India to meet the indigenous demand. It has localized its turbines up to 85% thereby creating employment and other opportunities for the Indian market. Senvion installed its 130m rotor turbine which is one of the finest technologies for Indian wind regime. Senvion India also has a world class R&D centre in India which will continue to develop new technologies to meet the market demand.
Contact: Saurabh Srivastava