German wind turbine giant revisits India

    German wind turbine
    In view of the huge future business avenues in the country, the Germany-based wind turbine major Enercon is all set to ‘come back’ to India, this time on its own. Earlier, Enercon India was in a joint venture with the Mumbai-based player. According to sources, Enercon is working on launching its turbines in India and has reportedly engaged Ralph Tobergte, an India-expert from Germany, to help in its strategy. Tobergte is the Managing Director of ThyssenKrupp Engine Components India, Nashik, and the CEO of the automotive sealing systems division of Ruia & Sons, Kolkata. Apart from this, sources also revealed that Enercon is in talks with the Maharashtra-based Ghodawat group, which owns 105 MW of wind assets and was once in talks with China’s Sinovel to let the Chinese company use its facilities to produce its wind turbines, but the proposal did not fructify. However, an industry insider said that it was more likely that Enercon would collaborate with the Ghodawat group for operations and maintenance of its machines in India.
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