Adani Wind Receives Type Certification for 5.2 MW Wind Turbines

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Adani New Industries Ltd (ANIL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Adani Enterprises Ltd, has received type certification from WindGuard GmbH for its 5.2 MW wind turbines. The certification is a major milestone for Adani Wind and will enable the company to start production of the turbines for global markets.

The 5.2 MW wind turbines are India’s largest and feature a rotor diameter of 160 meters and a tip height of 200 meters. The turbines are developed by Adani Wind in collaboration with W2E Wind to Energy GmbH, Germany.

The type certification from WindGuard GmbH affirms that the turbines meet the highest quality and safety standards. This certification is a boost to Adani’s plans to make India a global manufacturing hub for renewable energy equipment.

Adani Wind is focused on building a portfolio of high-yield next generation wind turbines made in India. The company is well-positioned to cater to the global wind energy demand, which is expected to grow significantly in the coming years.

The certification from WindGuard GmbH is a major milestone for Adani Wind and will help the company to expand its global footprint. The company is already exporting its wind turbines to countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka. With this certification, Adani Wind is well-positioned to become a major player in the global wind energy market.


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