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Key players that are contributing nd can further contribute in Wind Energy development in India inculde Wind turbine manufacturers, Project Developers, Component Manufacturers, consultants, Support Services, Training etc. These companies play significant role all along the supply chain of wind Power generation. Apart from these there are underlying role players like financing, micro-financing agencies, policy supporting- government agencies and real estate business that bring the whole plan to reality. Some top companies renowned in each market segment are listed below classified based on categories. Click on the Header row market segment to view detailed list under that category. 

   Government Agencies    Wind Turbine Manufacturers
   Manufacturing of Components    Technical Support Services
   Financial Agencies, Strategic Business and Insurance


Market Segment

Prominent Companies/Agencies

Apex Body






State Agencies

Renewable Energy Development Agencies

MNRE approved

Chiranjjeevi Wind Energy, Enercon India, Gamesa, GE India, Global Wind Power, Inox Wind, Kenersys India, Leitner Shriram, Pioneer Wincon, ReGen Powertech, RRB Energy, Shriram EPC, Siva Windturbine india, Southern Wind Farms, Suzlon Energy, Vestas Wind, WinWinD Power

Under testing and certification

Garuda Vaayu Shakthi, Global Wind Power, Pioneer Wincon, Regen Powertech, Shriram EPC, Suzlon Energy, Gamesa Wind


Power, Control & Cables

Asian Cables, Delton, Finolex, Havells, Hindustan Vidyut Products, Premier Poly, RPG cables, Sai Electricals, Torrent Power, Universal Cables, Wind Care India

Potential and Current Transformers

Agarwal Electronics, Automatic Electric, Control & Switchgear, Crompton Greaves, Danish, Kappa Elect.


Crompton Greaves,Emerso Electric, Jyoti, Kirloskar, L&T, Protos Engg, Siemens

Slip Ring

Nu Tech, Power Tech, R.S.Windtech Engineers

Surge Arrester

Cape Electric, Map Worldwide, Phoenix Contact India


Bridge Rectifier

AK Electonics, Cape Electric, Guru Nanak Electronics


Cape Electric, Premier Controls, Rectifier House, Sastha

Soft Starter

Emco Premica, Jayashree Electrors

Variable Frequency AC Drives

Dubas Engineering, Paragon Erections

Other components like IC, Transistor

Advance Technical, Cape Electric, APT Controls, Magne Win, Saif Electronics, Sastha, Theta Control, Vishwatara

WEG Controller

Cotton City Electronics, Winn Tek Power Systems

Mechanical and Hydraulic Items

HEMLOC Corporation, CPRI, Divine WindTEchnik, EMC Electronic, Nu-Tech Industrial Spares, Enercon, Suzlon, Rane Brakes Linings, Delux Rubber, Greaves Ltd, Bharat Forge, L&T, Bonglifioli Transmission, Devi Engineering Works, Sastha Engineers

Data Loggers and Sensors

Wlbond, Winntek, Nu-TEk, SPM Instrument, WelBond, Auroville Windmills, Dyna Lab, Sunshine Enterprises

Wind Monitoring Mast

Auroville Wind Systems, Bombay Chemical, Devices and Systems, Heatmax System, Inka Engineers, National Aerospace Laboratories, Ramakrishna Iron Works, Shah Energy, Universal Engineering Services

Hardware Tools and tackles

Balaji Tools, Deepak Fasteners, Precision Fasteners, Bombay Machinery and Tools, Indian Industrial Traders, Industrial Tools Agency, TAK Machinery, Classic Polymers, Usha Fire safety, Electromech Engineers

Oils and Lubricants

Advanced Technikjal Services, Bharat Petroleum, Shell, Castrol, Exon Mobil, IOCL, Mosil Lubricants, Titan Chem.

Operation and Maintenance

Batliboi enXco, Divine WindTechnik, India Wind Power, Suzlon Windfarm, Vasanth Energy, WINCO, Wind engineering, Greenweiz Projects, Utility Powertech

Turbine Erection Contractors

Continental Transport, Divine Windtek, Sastha Engineering, Royal Engineering, Sri Ganesh Wind Power, Weltech Engineers, Wind Engineering india

Crane hiring Services

ABG heavy industries, Essar Investments, Express crane, Navin Heavy Lifters, Safex Engineers, S Crane Services, Tulsa Crane, Voltas, Wescare, Windcare India

Civil Constructions

Kintech Synergy, Narmada Infra, Mesuka Engg, sastha Engg, Sri Sathya Sai Constructions, Victory Windfarm, Geo Test House, Goodland Surveys, Hindustan Topmappers, Primentor Transwat

Electrical Contractors

Kintech, Divine Wind Technik, Everest Electricals & engg, Paragon Erectors, Simms Engg, Victory Windfarm, Windcare India, Windfab,

Component Repairs

Weltech, Lac Systems, ABB, Appollo Electrical, Divine Wind Technik, Venus Engg, Batliboi enXco, Sastha


Bajaj Allianz, ICICI Lomabard, IFFCO Tokio, National insurance Company, Oriental Insurance, New India Assurance, Reliance general Insurance, Royal Sundaram, Tata AIG, United India Insurance

Consultancy Services

TCS, TERI, Hitech Wind Solutions, Sri Ganesh Wind Power, Power & Energy Consulatants, Resurge Energy

Testing and Certification

C-WET, Det Norske Veritas AS, Germanischer Lloyed

Financing Agencies

IREDA, PTC India, Gujarat Industrial Investment, Industrial Credit & investment Corporation of India, Industrial Finance Corporation, NABARD, SIDBI, REC

Associations & Societies

Indian Wind Energy Association, Indian Wind Power Association, Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association, Winrock International India, World Institute of Sustainable Energy

MNRE has planned to empanel list of WEG manufacturers. The selection is based on a criteria that is listed in the document given here. The newly compiled list of small wind turbines manufacturers empanelled by MNRE is given here.


The grid-interactive wind power as of March 2011 was merely 14989 MW. India stands fifth in terms of Wind energy production. Apart from central government’s initiatives, several State governments are coming up with their Renewable Energy policy that is pumping more projects. Foreign investments are also pouring into the Indian Wind Energy market. Some major MW sized solar projects in India are


Power Plant



 Aban Loyd Chiles Offshore Ltd

 Cape Comorin

 Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu

33 MW

 Andhra Pradsh Road Transport Corporation

 Hyderabad APSRTC

 Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

10 MW

 BSES Ltd.

 Jogmatti BSES

 Chitradurga, Karnataka

14 MW

 Chettinad Cement Corporation Ltd

 Poolavadi Chettinad

 Poolavadi, Tamil Nadu

10 MW

 Danida India Ltd.

 Lamda Danida

 Lamda, Gujarat

15 MW

 Gudimangalam Wind Farm

 Gudimangalam Wind Farm

 Gudimanagalam, Tamil Nadu

21 MW

 Kethanur Wind Farm

 Kethanur Wind Farm

 Kethanur, Tamil Nadu

11 MW

 Madras Cements Ltd

 Muppandal Madras

 Muppandal, Tamil Nadu

10 MW

 Mohan Breweries and Distillaries

 Chennai Mohan

 Chennai, Tamil Nadu

15 MW

 MP Windfarms Ltd.

 Jamgudrani MP

 Dewas, Madhya Pradesh

14 MW

 Muppandal Wind Farm

 Muppandal Wind

 Muppandal, Tamil Nadu

22 MW

 Newam Power Company Ltd.

 Perungudi Newam

 Perungudi, Tamil Nadu

12 MW

 Shalivahana Green Energy

 Shalivahana Wind

 Tirupur, Tamil Nadu

20.4 MW

 Subhash Ltd.


 Kayathar, Tamil Nadu

30 MW

 Subhash Ltd.


 Ramakkalmedu, Tamil Nadu

25 MW

 Suzlon Energy

 Vankusawade Wind Farm

 Satara, Maharashtra

259 MW

 Wescare India Ltd

 Puthlur RCI

 Puthlur, Andhra Pradesh

20 MW

 Master plans

 Master plans are available for 97 potential sites for wind power in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal. The master plans provide information on the availability of wind, land, grid availability, and accessibility to the site, which enables project promoters and state nodal agencies to undertake proper planning and implementation of the projects. The master plans have been provided to the state nodal agencies and are made available to project promoters, developers, and consultants through C-WET at a nominal cost.

Wind Monitoring Stations

MNRE has established 644 Monitoring Stations across 28 states and Union Territories of which 83 are in operation. 211 Stations have indicated Wind Power Density of more than 200W/sq.m. at 50 m hub-height. List of Monitoring Stations is available here.

Automatic Solar Radiation Monitoring Systems

MNRE initiated a major project on Solar Radiation Resource Assessment to assess and quantify Solar radiation along with weather parameters to develop a solar Atlas. C-WET based in Chennai installed a network of 51 Monitoring stations across India each consisting of two towers of height 1.5m and 6m. 1.5m tower houses Pyranometer and Pyrheliometer. 6m tall tower has rainfall, temperature, pressure, humidity, wind speed assessing instruments. The projects are set up in- Rajasthan (12), Gujarat (11), Tamilnadu (7), Andhra Pradesh (6), Karnataka (5), Maharashtra (3), Madhya Pradesh (3); Jammu & Kashmir, Chhattisgarh, Haryana and Pondicherry (1 each). Monthly Average data from these stations is available for the year 2011 from May to November. Click here to access Solar Radiation the data.


Case Studies

Suzlon: Indian WEG manufacturer in World top ten
  • It is world’s sixth Wind turbine manufacturer, having presence across five continents- Asia, Europe, Australia, South and North America. And has reported over 5GW installed capacity in India

  • Utilizes Local resources for technology development: Aerodynamics in Netherlands, Product Engineering in Germany, Market in Europe, Asia, US; R&D and skilled manpower utilization in India.   Successful product portfolio for each experimented and type approved MNRE models.

  • Providing End to End Wind Energy Solutions: Infrastructure Development, Technology Development, Component Manufacturing, Project Construction, Execution, Operation and Maintenance.

  • Backward Integration done across various parts of world for suitable facilities: like- Turbine, Rotor blades and control systems in Daman and Pondicherry; Tubular Tower in Gandhidham and Dhule; Turbine and Rotor blades in USA and China; Gearbox in Belgium


Tamil Nadu: Leading WEG installations in India
  • Tamil Nadu started Wind Energy Development in 1990s and its successful wind energy status led to fast pace development in India. Now in India there are 186 Private Wind Farm developers 

  • In 2008, state had installed capacity of 3856MW; generating 5270 million units annually with average capacity factor of 18.6%. Till September 2011, 68 Monitoring stations have been established 

  • Constitutes more than 40% (5904 MW) of the total grid connected Wind Energy Installed capacity in India. Also, Wind is 27% of installed capacity in the state and 10% of generation.


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