Mytrah Energy to develop 2.8-GW of wind in India's Andhra Pradesh

Date: 
March 27, 2012

Mytrah Energy, through its Indian subsidiary, has entered into an agreement with the government of Andhra Pradesh for the development of up to an additional 2.8GW of wind capacity in the state.

Under the terms of the memorandum of understanding, the wind farms will be established in areas that have been identified by the company due to their strong wind potential.

“We are happy to build on our association with Andhra Pradesh, an industrialized and wind rich state, to build 2.8GW of wind projects," sad Ravi Kailas, Mytrah Energy’s chairman and CEO.

“Following our operational update, issued on 13 March, regarding significant progress on the installation of our first 500MW, and this further pipeline development, I believe we are well positioned to become India’s largest wind independent power producer during 2012.”