Inox Wind Commissions Common Power Evacuation Infrastructure in Madhya Pradesh

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  • 220 KV Sub-Station and 220 KV Transmission Line Commissioned
  • Infrastructure facility for 200 MW power evacuation

 

​India ​, 28th January 2016:  Inox Wind Limited, India’s leading wind energy solutions provider, is pleased to announce the commissioning of the 220 KV sub-station and 220 KV transmission line at its Nipaniya site in Madhya Pradesh.  The sub-station and transmission line are part of the common infrastructure facility at the site and are capable of supporting power evacuation of 200 MW.  Inox Wind’s Nipaniya site is one of several wind farms that the company is developing as part of the turnkey solutions it provides to its clients.  Many of the leading Independent Power Producers of the country like Sembcorp Green Infra, ReNew Power and Mytrah Energy have invested in wind projects at the Nipaniya site.   

The commissioning of the common infrastructure facilities at Nipaniya exhibits Inox Wind’s project management and execution prowess, expands its footprint in the state of Madhya Pradesh and further strengthens the company’s position as the leading wind energy solutions provider to IPPs, PSUs, Corporates, Utilities and Retail clients across India.  The company’s investments in infrastructure facilities for green energy demonstrate its commitment to playing a significant role in the development of renewable energy in the country.  With over 600 MW of projects developed and under development in Madhya Pradesh, Inox Wind is the largest wind power solutions provider in the state. 

Developing common infrastructure facilities is part of the turnkey solutions that Inox Wind provides. The company’s capabilities span the entire gamut of turnkey services, from wind resource assessment, acquiring land, developing the entire site infrastructure, building the power evacuation system, supplying the WTGs, erection and commissioning services, long term operations and maintenance services to post-commissioning support.