India to achieve 60 GW wind capacity before 2022

At the current rate, the wind industry is on course to add 30GW of new capacity in next three years, thereby taking the cumulative total capacity to 60 GW by FY'21 .

There is a gradual stabilisation of tariff, and the scale of projects is going up to 200–300 MW capacity. This brings advantages of scale at project level and cost optimisation.

“The next-generation turbines from leading manufacturers can deliver around 35-40 per cent PLF(plant load factor) in high-wind States, which is almost twice the PLF compared to solar.”

This is a great step for Wind Energy In India. However, there are still some hurdles that must be crosses. Read more here -

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