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*Last Updated on January 31,2016

Background Note

Background Note

The origins of our story began in 1994, way before the first gusts of an energy crisis blew across our land. It was a time when wind energy emerged not as an alternative, but a mainstream, renewable, eco-friendly source of power generation.

'Since then we've emerged as the country's preferred wind power solution provider, on a number of counts.

Wind World (India) Limited (WWIL) formerly Enercon (India) Limited has always been a path breaker, with innovations that have consistently left the others behind. Gearless technology, an energy-efficient grid feeding system and long-lasting warp resistant blades are just cases in point.

Our wind farms today straddle seven high wind potential states Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh, spread across 3,000 kms of India. We have installed over 6204 Wind Energy Converters (WECs) with a capacity of over 4561 MW.

We are maintaining these WECs round the clock 24 x 7 for optimum performance.

We're an ISO 9001:2008 certified company for Manufacturing, Installations and Services.

Wind energy converters are manufactured at four plants in Daman; while concrete towers are manufactured at facilities in Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. We employ over 5,600 dedicated people and have set up the Wind World Training Academy at Daman, for training world class operations, maintenance and asset management support teams.

In terms of business results, we've achieved a turnover of INR 3636 crores in FY 2010-11 and recorded highest ever turnover of INR 4270 in FY 2011 -12, WWIL is poised to cross INR 4500 crore mark in the year ahead (FY 2013-14).

So what powers our success?

  • Concept-to-Commissioning-to-Lifetime care solutions.
  • Superior product offering.
  • An obsession with Quality.
  • Trained Manpower.

'Over the years, our passion about wind energy continues to power our sails.