Vestas to up capacity of Ahmedabad plant to 600 MW

Vestas will increase its equipment manufacturing capacity at Ahmedabad plant to 600 MW in 2-3 years from existing 200 MW to get a bigger share of over 5,000 MW annual market in India.

Speaking to PTI, Vestas Director, Marketing & Public Affairs, India & South East Asia, Amar Variawa said, “We will increase our equipment manufacturing capacity from around 200 MW to 600 MW in next 2-3 years mainly due to encouraging policy initiatives by the government.”

Variawa said he expects a lot of wind power generation capacity addition in the country especially after the recent drop in tariff to new low of Rs 3.46 per unit in an auction conducted by Solar Energy Corporation of India last fiscal.

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