Inox Wind Limited, a wind energy solutions provider, has bagged a repeat order for a 40 MW wind power project to be deployed in Gujarat from Roha Dyechem Private Limited. Established in 1972, Roha Dyechem Private Limited (RDPL) is one of the fastest growing manufacturers of natural & synthetic colours, specialising in the food & beverage, paints, fertilisers, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries. RDPL has diversified its activities in renewable energy, as one of the emerging sectors of its business in the years to come. RDPL has already successfully invested in an aggregate of 52.5 MW of solar energy and 13.5 MW in wind energy and further plans to reach a combined milestone of 500 MW at various locations.
The project is scheduled to be commissioned by March 2017 and will be executed on a turnkey basis. The 40 MW order from Roha is part of the 350 MW of orders announced by Inox Wind on 3rd October 2016.
The order comprises supply and installation of 20 units of Inox Wind’s 113 meter rotor diameter turbine. The 113 meter rotor diameter turbines are part of Inox’s successful 2 MW platform and presently is the company’s most technologically advanced wind turbine variant.