Dear Saxena ji,
Thank you for inquiry.
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Why all these are not applicable to Tuticorin port or the one planned in AP or WB ?
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INDIA could be riding high as one of
the largest wind-based power generating countries in the world in the
next couple of years. Twenty-one
industrial houses proposed to install
windmill power projects which would
collectively generate 1557.53 mw of
power. Availing of the monetary concessions given by the Central government for non-conventional energy generation methods, the business houses
have taken the initiative to start wind-
based energy generation not only for
captive consumption but also for selling
power to state electricity boards.
Some of these industries have tied
up with foreign wind power companies
to set up the proposed units. The
Bangur group would be setting up 25
mw plants in Gujarat with technical support provided by Cannon Power Co, us,
while Abban Lloyds Offshore Co would
be setting up a 180 mw wind-based
power plant at Kornorin in Tamil Nadu in technical collaboration with us-based
Krenitec Wind Power Co. The Reliance
Group has also proposed a 120 mw wind
power plant in Gujarat.