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Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon has announced that it has surpassed 20 GW of wind turbines installed worldwide.

The wind turbines span generations of products and technology from 1995 to the present day and include machines ranging from 300 kW to 6.15 MW.

"From humble beginnings in 1995, we have grown into the world's fifth-largest wind turbine maker, with a global fleet of over 20,500 MW operating across 32 countries," notes Tulsi Tanti, Suzlon Group’s chairman.



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