Sembcorp Completes SECI’s 800 MW Wind Power Projects

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Sembcorp Energy India Limited (SEIL), announced the completion of its 800MW wind power projects awarded by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).

With this, the private sector power generator’s renewable energy capacity in India touched 1730MW.

With the full commissioning of its 300MW SECI 3 wind project, Sembcorp have became the first independent power producer to fully commission its projects awarded in the first three wind power auctions held by the SECI.

This is also the largest operational wind capacity with any developer to date from SECI auctions, the company said at a virtual ceremony today.

Under the first SECI auction, Sembcorp installed 250 MW of wind power capacity in Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu and a further 250 MW and 300 MW under subsequent auctions in Bhuj, Gujarat.

The company said its total wind farm area covers 2,606 sq km, more than one and a half times the size of Delhi and supplies power to seven states.

They provide solutions across the energy and utilities value chain and have a balanced thermal and renewable energy portfolio of over 12,600MW, with over 2,800MW of renewables, battery storage and energy-from-waste capacity.

Reference- Sembcorp Online PR, livemint, Economic Times

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