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Suzlon Energy Limited

BOM:532667 ISIN:INE040H01013

Suzlon Energy Ltd (Suzlon) is an integrated wind power company. Its operations include to manufacturing, designing, developing and selling of wind turbine generators (WTGs) and gear box. Its other operations include sale/sub-lease of land, infrastructure development income and power generation income. The Company's main manufacturing plants at Daman, Pondicherry, Bhuj, Chhadvel (Dhule) and Vadodara. Its subsidiaries include AE-Rotor Holding B.V., AE-Rotor Techniek B.V., Cannon Ball Wind Energy Park- 1, LLC, Eve Holding NV, Hansen Drives Limited, Hansen Transmissions Inc., Hansen Transmissions International NV, Hansen Transmissions Limited , Hansen Transmissions Pty. Limited,Hansen Transmissions South Africa Pty. Limited and Hansen Transmissions Tianjin Industrial Gearbox Co Limited. The Company operates in India, Europe, United States and China. On October 9, 2007, the Company's wholly owned subsidiary Hansen Transmissions International N.V. acquired Lommelpark N.V., Belgium.



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