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SembCorp Energy India Limited has commissioned 800 megawatt wind power capacity, which it won in auctions conducted by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) over three phases. Vipul Tuli, Managing Director, SembCorp Energy India, old mechanisms were modified and its execution partners Suzlon Energy and Gamesa India were focussed on the projects in spite of their struggles. During the lockdown, there were issues regarding movement of both men and material. There was a delay of 45-50 days, as it had to shut down activity for about two months, he added. The total renewable capacity of the company is now 1,730 Megawatt (MW), of which, 35 MW is solar and remaining is in wind, said Tuli. Located in Tamil Nadu and Gujarat, these projects will provide power to Uttar Pradesh (UP), Bihar, Jharkhand, Delhi, Odisha and Punjab. With these commissioned the company's focus is back on growth said Tuli.


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