The project activity is a 59.4 MW (39.9MW in Bhesada & 19.5 MW in Dalot) bundled wind power project consisting of 32 Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs) located in the state of Rajasthan, India. The project will replace GHG’s estimated to be approximately 102,870 tCO2e per annum, thereon displacing 1,05,335 MWh/year amount of electricity from the generation-mix of power plants connected to the Indian electricity grid, which is mainly dominated by fossil fuel based power plants.
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The project activity is a 59.4 MW (39.9MW in Bhesada & 19.5 MW in Dolat) bundled wind power project consisting of 32 Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs). The project is promoted by Orange Renewable Power Private Limited & Orange Jaisalmer Wind Energy Private Limited of which the “Orange Renewable Power Private Limited” is the representative of promoter of this bundled project. The purpose of the project activity is to generate clean electricity with utilization of wind energy. The first project in the current bundle project is a 39.9 MW Wind power project near village Bhesada, close to the city of Jaisalmer in state of Rajasthan, hereafter call “Project 1”. It is developed by “Orange Jaisalmer Wind Energy Private Limited” (OJWEPL). It consists of 19 machines of 2.1 MW class Suzlon S88 make. The other project in the bundle is 19.5 MW wind Power Project located near village Dalot, close to the city of Pratapgarh in state of Rajasthan, here after called “Project 2”. It is developed by “Orange Renewable Power Private Limited” (ORPPL). It consists of 13 machines of 1.5 MW class ReGen V82 make. The electricity generated by the project is exported to the Indian electricity grid. The project activity will therefore displace an equivalent amount of electricity which would have otherwise been generated by fossil fuel dominant electricity grid. Since wind power is Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions free, the power generated will prevent the anthropogenic gas emissions generated by fossil fuel based thermal power stations comprising coal, diesel, furnace oil and gas. The life time of a Wind Electric Generator is 20 years.