January 19, 2009

Suzlon enters Sri Lankan wind market

 Secures order for 10 MW wind farm project

Pune: Suzlon Energy Ltd., the world’s fifth leading and India’s largest wind turbine
manufacturer*, announced market entry into Sri Lanka with an order to supply 10 MW
of wind turbine capacity to a project developed by Senok Wind Power Pvt. Ltd. The
project, supplied with eight units of Suzlon’s S64 – 1.25 MW wind turbines, will come
up in the Kalpitiya region of Sri Lanka. Supply of turbines to the project will commence
in FY09, with project completion slated for FY10.

The order marks key firsts for Sri Lanka’s wind energy sector, as the first project to
feature megawatt-class turbines, and also the first project by a private developer.

Sri Lanka’s Senok Group is a diversified business conglomerate with businesses
ranging from construction machinery, automotives, infrastructure development, tea,
haulage to mining. The group has an established presence in the clean energy space
with investments in mini-hydro projects.

Speaking on the order, Mr. Rohit Modi, President (India) - Suzlon Energy Limited, said:
“This is a key new order for Suzlon. We are very pleased to partner with one of Sri
Lanka’s leading business conglomerate for this project. Sri Lanka has considerable
potential for wind and other renewables, and a great need for power to drive growth.
We believe there is a bright future for wind energy in Sri Lanka and have an exclusive
partnership in this region with Senok Group.” 

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