March 13, 2015
Suzlon ranked among the top 10 OEMs globally in 2014;
- Ranks 6th in terms of cumulative capacity with 7.1 % share
- Secures 4.9% of the global market share in 2014; 7th largest globally
- In India, Suzlons market share was 21% during 2014
- Suzlon capitalized on growth opportunities in Emerging markets , Latin America and recorded a strong year in Brazil, South Africa and India
Mumbai, India: Suzlon Group, announced that it has maintained position as one of the top 10 Wind Turbine
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEMs) globally according to a report by MAKE Consulting. Suzlon Group is
the worlds 6th largest wind OEM in terms cumulative capacity with 7.1% share and ranked 7th based on
market share of 4.9% in 2014. The report also ranks Suzlon Group as # 5 among global top 10 players (excluding China).
The rankings have been published by MAKE consulting in the annual report the Global Wind Turbine OEM
2014 Market Share.
Suzlon group crossed the milestone of 26,000 MW in terms of global installed capacity during 2014, firmly
cementing the Groups position as the sixth largest wind company in terms of cumulative installations.
Mr Tulsi R. Tanti, Chairman, Suzlon Group said: The rankings reaffirm the confidence and faith of our
customers across the globe in Suzlons technology edge, comprehensive product portfolio, services and
end-toend solutions approach. We continued to focus on delivering excellence and establishing industry benchmarks.
We capitalized on the resurgence in our home market and unlocked the wind energy potential in the key markets of
Latin America and South Africa. We are also proud that Suzlon achieved the milestone of 26 GW globally during 2014.
Going forward, with our 18 years of sustained market leadership in India and governments thrust on
renewables and the Make in India vision, we are confident to tap the immense growth opportunities India.
Further, Suzlon will also focus on tapping opportunities in USA, Brazil, China and other emerging economies.
MAKE Consulting bases its analysis on grid-connected capacity in all wind markets with the exception of China.