Jaisalmer Wind Park

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Jaisalmer Wind Park
Wind turbines in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.jpg
Country India
Location Amarsagar - Badabaug - Tejuva - Soda Mada, Jaisalmer district, Rajasthan
Coordinates 26°55′12″N 70°54′0″E / 26.92000°N 70.90000°E / 26.92000; 70.90000Coordinates: 26°55′12″N 70°54′0″E / 26.92000°N 70.90000°E / 26.92000; 70.90000
Status Operational
Commission date 2001
Wind farm
Type Onshore
Power generation
Units operational Suzlon’s entire portfolio ranging from 350 kW model to S9X – 2.1 MW series
Make and model Suzlon
Nameplate capacity 1,064 MW

The Jaisalmer Wind Park is India's 2nd largest operational onshore wind farm. This project located in Jaisalmer district, Rajasthan. The project, developed by Suzlon Energy, was initiated in August 2001 and comprises Suzlon’s entire wind portfolio – ranging from the earliest 350 kW model to the latest S9X – 2.1 MW serie. Its installed capacity is 1,064 MW, which makes it one of world's largest operational onshore wind farms.

At the end of FY12, its combined installed capacity was 1064 MW on 1 April 2012. This achievement makes the wind park the 2nd largest of its kind in India, and one of the largest wind farms in the world.[1]

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