The facility, the second phase of its Basvanbagewadi wind farm, has total installed capacity of about 50 megawatts, taking the output potential of the site to 131.2 megawatts, Hyderabad-based Greenko said today in an e-mailed statement.
The power will be sold directly to “leading global technology companies and commercial customers” under a 10-year agreement, it said. Greenko now has 611 megawatts of operational clean-energy projects, it said.
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