Mytrah Energy Ltd, one of the largest independent wind energy producing companies in the country, has bagged a 220-MW wind power project from the Andhra Pradesh government, a company release said.
The project will be installed in Kurnool district and is expected to be commissioned in 18 months. The deal was signed at RE-Invest, India’s first renewable energy global investors meet in step with Government of India’s ‘Make in India’ initiative.
“We are excited to sign the MoU with the Andhra Pradesh government and contribute to the larger energy requirements of the state and the nation,” said Ravi Kailas, Chairman and CEO, Mytrah Energy Ltd. “At Mytrah, we have successfully built an operating portfolio of 543 MW across seven wind rich states, in a span of four years.”
The company has 300 MW under construction and 3,500 MW of identified projects in the pipeline.
Mytrah Energy (India) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mytrah Energy Ltd based in London has an operating portfolio of over 543 MW across Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan. MEIL plans to achieve 5,000 MW of wind power by 2019.