Oct. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Suzlon Energy Ltd., the world’s third biggest wind-turbine maker by sales, will provide 65 megawatts of power equipment for a project in Uruguay’s southwest region of Colonia.
The 31 turbines are expected to be installed by September 2014, Pune, India-based Suzlon said today on its website. It’s being developed by Rouar SA, a joint venture of Uruguay’s government power utility Administracion Nacional de Usinas & Trasmisiones Electricas and its Brazilian state-controlled counterpart Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras SA.
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