Heritage foods Ltd, one of the largest private sector dairy enterprises in Southern India, said it has finished the commissioning of the 2nd wind power plant at Vajrakarur of Ananthapur District in Andhra Pradesh.
The wind power plant has a 2.1 MW capacity and is expected to generate 5 million units per year. At Rs 7 per unit, that is worth about Rs 3.5 cr per year.
The power generated will be consumed at dairy plants of the company under Captive Open Access Arrangement through Andhra Pradesh Southern Power Distribution Company Ltd..
The plant has been made with S90-97 hubs with a height of 90 meters, which is supposed to increase the generation efficiency. The company said the model uses the latest generation technology available in Indian wind power market.
The plant will reduce 4885 tons CO2.
The commissioning has been possible due to the efforts of Suzlon Group Company.
“Suzlon helped us achieve the plant commissioning within 60 Days and connect to APTRANSCO 33KV pooling sub station at Vajrakarur,” said the company.
The Plant will be maintained by Suzlon Group for initial period of 10 Years.