Oil India commissions 54 MW wind energy project in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
New Delhi: Oil India, the nation's second greatest state-had oil pioneer, on April 17, said it has dispatched a 54 MW wind vitality venture in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. Saddled between the two communicates, the task is part between a 16 MW breaking point plant at Patan in Gujarat and a 38 MW at Chandgarh in Madhya Pradesh, the association said in a declaration.
The task cost Rs 439 crore - Rs 126.5 crore for the Gujarat side and Rs 312.45 crore for the Madhya Pradesh region. "With this present, OIL's presented renewable vitality limit (business wind vitality and sun fueled vitality ventures) stays at an astounding 126.60 MW," it said.
OIL said the Patan wing of the venture was dispatched on March 26 while the Chandgarh site was charged on March 31. "The Project, totally bolstered by OIL, is being controlled by Gamesa Wind Turbines, Chennai, who are the task designers. The Project Management masters are Power and Energy Consultants, New Delhi," it included.