Nallakonda wind farm

Project full name Nallakonda wind farm in Andhra Pradesh CDM Project number 8791 Description The project activity, an initiative by Tadas Wind Energy Limited (TWEL), is aimed at exporting 50.4 MW of renewable electricity generated using Wind Electric Generators (WEGs) to the southern regional grid. The project activity shall help in reducing power shortage, abatement of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions and contribute towards sustainable development of the country. Report summary Key promises made by project proponents: the project activity would lead towards development of Continue reading →

ONGC wind power project

Project full name 51 MW wind power project of ONGC at Surajbari, Gujarat in India CDM Project number 2856 Description The CDM project is a wind power project in the state of Gujarat, which is considered as one of the most wind rich states of the country. The project activity involves the installation and the operation of thirty four of 1500 kW Suzlon Wind Electricity Generators (WEGs) having a collective wind power generation capacity of 51 MW.  In absence of the project activity electricity would Continue reading →

Priyadarshini power project

Project full name Priyadarshini – Pertinent Wind Power Project in Maharashtra CDM Project number 9508 Description The project activity is a grid connected wind generation project. The project activity involves the generation of clean electricity from wind energy and is supplying the energy to the NEWNE grid of India.  It will displace the equivalent amount of electricity generated by a grid connected fossil fuel fired power plant. The project activity is a bundled project activity and involves the installation of two wind turbine generators of Continue reading →

DLF Windmill

Project full name 150 MW grid connected Wind Power based electricity generation project in Gujarat, India CDM Project number 2347 Description The project activity involves the establishment of a wind farm of an installed capacity of 150MW, enabling electricity generation by state-of-art 1.5 MW capacity Wind Turbine Generators. The electricity generation from this wind farm will contribute to GHG emission reductions as the accordant amount of electricity in absence of the project would have been delivered through the grid, which to a large extent is Continue reading →