Gamesa Wind Turbines, the Indian subsidiary of Gamesa, will supply turbines to Pawan Danavi of Sri Lanka. Pawan Danavi, with a focus on wind power, is a subsidiary of LTL Holdings, one of the largest utilities in the island nation.The wind farm project of 10.2-MW installed capacity will have 12 of Gamesa's class-3 turbines, which will be delivered by the third quarter of 2011. Pawan Danavi, which has entered into a power-purchase agreement with the Ceylon Electricity Board for a 20 years, will own and operate the 10.2-MW plant inside the Kalpitiya peninsula.In India, the average cost for a MW of wind power is about Rs 6 crore.Ramesh Kymal, CMD, Gamesa India, said, "Our company expects to complete delivery of the order for the new wind farm project, with 10.2 MW installed capacity in the third quarter of the present fiscal. This is the second order we are getting from Sri Lanka and with completion of this, we will be the largest player in the segment."According to a company release, the company has delivered 25 wind generators in an earlier order to Sri Lanka and with completion of the project, it will have an installed capacity of 30.2 MW by the end of the year.
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