wind
energy

Electricity from wind energy is one of the fastest growing methods of electrical generation in the world. Kinetic energy from moving air is converted into electricity by wind turbines that are mounted in locations where there are favourable weather patterns.

The worldwide installed capacity of wind power reached 486,749 MW by the end of 2016. India has had a total installed capacity of 28,700 MW (by end of 2016). The short gestation periods for installing wind turbines, and the increasing reliability and performance of wind energy machines has made wind power a favoured choice for capacity addition in India.

We have mitigated about 6.8 Lac tonnes of CO2 as on March 2016. Orange Renewable currently has 567.2 MW of operating wind capacity with over 2250 MW under development in various states across India. We have equity of over USD 100 million invested in Indian SPVs to implement various wind energy projects.  

We have recently commissioned 100.8 MW in Andhra Pradesh, 60 MW in Karnataka, 40 MW in Gujarat and 10 MW in Maharashtra.

Existing projects

Project
Location

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Installed Capacity
WTG model
PPA Duration
Bhesada
(Rajasthan)

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39.9 MW
Suzlon S88
25 Years
Dalot
(Rajasthan)

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19.5 MW
ReGen V-82
25 Years
Dalot-Devgarh
(Rajasthan)

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22.5 MW
ReGen V-87
25 Years
Mamatkheda
(Madhya Pradesh)
100.5 MW
ReGen V-87
25 Years
Khanapur
(Maharashtra)

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24 MW
Gamesa G97
13 Years
Nimbagallu
(Andhra Pradesh)
100 MW
Gamesa G97
25 Years
Bercha
(Madhya Pradesh)
50 MW
Gamesa G97
25 Years
Project
Location

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Installed Capacity
WTG model
PPA Duration
Khanapur
(Maharashtra)
10 MW
Gamesa G97
13 Years
Beluguppa
(AP)
100.8 MW
Suzlon S111
25 Years
Gurmitkal
(Karnataka)
60 MW
Gamesa G97
25 Years
Maliya
(Gujarat)
40 MW
Gamesa G114
25 Years
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