Mytrah commissions wind power capacity in Rajasthan
Mytrah Energy today said it has commissioned the first phase of its 50 MW, project in Rajasthan.
“Mytrah Energy announced the successful commissioning of the first phase of a 50 megawatt (MW) wind farm at Bhesada, ahead of its initial plan. The capacity of this phase is 16.8 MW, bringing Mytrah’s total operational capacity to 560 MW,” Mytrah Energy said in statement.
The second-phase of the project is set to be commissioned ahead of the 2016 wind season. The entire project contains a total of 24 wind turbine generators of 2.1 MW each, it said.
Mytrah has deployed 117.6 MW capacity of wind energy in the state through its Mokal & Kaladonger wind power projects and this will be the third deployment in Rajasthan.
Founder-Chairman of Mytrah Energy (India) Ltd Ravi Kailas said, “It is the first part of 200 MW of additional capacity which we have planned for the 2016 wind season.”
The company’s total installed capacity on 11 sites stands at 560 MW, constructed in just five years across six states in India – Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
Source: Economic Times