June 14, 2016
Suzlon commemorates Global Wind Day in India
- Releases an animated film on history of wind energy
- Announces a contest for public inviting ideas on the future use of wind energy
- The campaign will be driven purely through social media
Pune: On the occasion of Global Wind Day, Suzlon Group, one of the leading global renewable energy solutions providers, is organising a thematic campaign on its Facebook page .The objective of this is to commemorate Global Wind Day and highlight the importance of wind energy in powering a greener tomorrow.
Suzlon will be releasing a short animated video that captures the history of wind energy, from powering sailboats in 3000 BC to powering homes with modern-day wind turbines. At the end of the video, users can enter the contest by suggesting ideas on the future use of wind energy. Three winners will be chosen at the end of the content who will receive gift vouchers worth Rs. 5000 each.
Mr. Viswakumar Menon, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Suzlon said, As a brand, Suzlon has always stood for powering a greener tomorrow and is synonymous with wind in India. Through this campaign, we would like to educate people about clean energy and, especially, the role played by wind energy in meeting Indias energy security needs.
Global Wind Day is celebrated on the 15th of June each year. The day, founded by Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), seeks to celebrate wind, its many benefits and the potential it holds to change our world and the future at large. Global Wind Day acknowledges the efforts of pioneers in wind industry throughout the world.
Suzlon Group pioneered the 'Concept to Commissioning' model in the wind energy industry. Over the past two decades, Suzlon has developed cumulative installation of over 15 GW, out of which over 9 GW is installed in India. The Group's cutting edge technology enables it to offer an extensive range of robust and reliable products which have been developed to best suit every wind energy generation requirement.