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Suzlon Energy wins order from Triventus AB
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Monday, 18 Jan 2010

Suzlon Wind Energy broke new ground with its first order in Sweden. The order from Triventus AB, the highly respected wind power developer and consultant in Sweden, comprises of two S88-2.1 MW wind turbines. The 4.2 MW Assjo Project, located 150 kilometres from Goteborg and Stockholm, will be delivered by SWEAS through a contract that covers engineering, procurement and construction.

The project will be sold to Svensk Vindkorporativ Ek Forening, an active local wind power corporative after 6 months of operation. Suzlon will also sign service and maintenance partnership agreement with Triventus Energiteknik AB, subsidiary of Triventus AB, which will be applicable to future Suzlon projects in Sweden as well as to ensure fast turnaround time and flexible service.

Speaking on the order, Mr Erik Winther Pedersen CEO of Suzlon Wind Energy said that "This is our first step into the exciting and promising Swedish wind market. We are very happy to take this step in partnership with Triventus AB laying the foundation for a strong future. We believe this is an example of our commitment and capabilities that allow us to create solutions that are optimized to the market conditions and our customer's needs."

Mr Gert Olof Holst MD of Triventus AB said that "The project called for flexible wind turbine suppliers with an open profile towards operations and maintenance system and technology and Suzlon has worked very hard to meet our needs perfectly. We are confident of their products and services, and look forward to a mutually rewarding relationship in the long term."

Mr Sumant Sinha COO of Suzlon Energy Limited said that "This marks the beginning of Suzlon's establishment in Sweden which with its far reaching vision on climate change and energy presents a very exciting market opportunity for us. This new order testifies to our customer centricity, and we look forward to expanding our footprint in Sweden and the world over."

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