NSE becomes India’s first stock exchange to invest in wind energy


Mumbai: India’s leading bourse National Stock Exchange of India Ltd (NSE) completed 6.25 MW wind power project. Suzlon Group, one of the leading wind turbine manufacturer was the technical partner for supply & commissioning of the project.  The project completion is a milestone achievement for NSE and Suzlon since it is India’s first Stock Exchange to deploy wind energy to off-set its captive power usage. 65% of the energy consumption of NSE office located at Exchange Plaza building, Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) Mumbai will be met by this wind project. The project, comprising of 5 units of Suzlon’s robust S66, 1250 kW WTGs, will help in reducing ~12,730 tonnes CO2 emissions annually. The wind energy project is located at Satara, Maharashtra.

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