German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has launched four new turbine models aimed at the Indian market, the company announced this week.
The 2.3-2.4 MW turbines are suited for high temperatures up to +50 degrees C, the company said, with a modular design, four rotor diameters from 110-124 metres, and hub heights from 90-120 metres.
Senvion added that the turbines are adapted to India’s wind conditions from very low to medium wind speeds, and that the full converter system and control technologies fulfil the current local regulatory and grid requirements.
The turbines are expected to be available for installation later this year.
Amit Kansal, Senvion India managing director, said: “The Indian wind power market is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. The transparent auction system set up by the government is a welcome move in growing the demand for wind power from non-windy states.
“With the new 2.XM products, Senvion meets the certification and the statutory rules and will Make-in-India to deliver high quality wind power solution and right LCoE.”