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Envision Energy bags 350-MW wind energy project

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NEW DELHI, June 19 (PTI): Renewable energy solutions provider Envision Energy on Monday said it has bagged a 350-MW wind energy project from Serentica Renewables.

The company did not disclose the value of the order.

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“Envision will supply a total of 106 nos. EN156/3.3 MW Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs) to Serentica’s wind park. Once commissioned, it will produce 1.25 billion units of clean energy and avoid the emission of 1.06 million ton of CO2 annually,” said a company statement.

The project, to be set up in Maharashtra, is scheduled for commissioning by December 2024.

RPV Prasad, CEO, Envision Wind Power Technologies India, said in the statement, “We are delighted to partner with Serentica Renewables in building this prestigious wind power in Maharashtra. Nacelles and hubs for the wind turbines will be assembled at Pune, blades at the plants located at Trichy or Bengaluru and towers sourced from manufacturers based in Maharashtra.”

Akshay Hiranandani, CEO, Serentica Renewables, said, “This project is a critical step in fast-tracking our industrial decarbonisation efforts and a major investment in the future of our planet and our economy.”

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Envision Energy is a world-leading company, which designs, manufacture and operates smart wind turbines and energy storage systems, and also provides green hydrogen solutions.

Established in 2022, Serentica Renewables (India) is a decarbonisation platform that looks to provide round-the-clock clean energy solutions enabling the transition of large-scale, energy-intensive industries to clean energy.

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