Right from 1994, when the company was known as Enercon (India) Limited, WWIL's wind energy converters have demonstrated their capabilities in virtually every kind of site locale.
Stretching from India's southern tip - Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu, to its south-western frontier - Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, WWIL turbines continue to propel the fortunes of India's energy destiny forward
Consistency in generation capabilities, low maintenance and grid-friendly properties, have made them the wind energy convertors of choice, across every state they have been installed in.
Today WWIL has successfully developed varieties of sites in virtually every Indian terrain, except the Himalayas.
Some sites combine extremely difficult terrain and high winds, making wind energy convertor erection a daunting task.
- 39.2 MW Project at Bhatia in Gujarat for AES
- 133 MW Project at Andhra Lake in Maharashtra for CLP
- 50.4 MW Project at Khandke in Maharashtra for TATA
- 100.8 MW Project at Samana in Gujarat for CLP
- 49.6 MW Project at Lalpur in Gujarat for Torrent
- 88.8 MW Project at Samana in Gujarat for Hindustan Zinc (HZL)
- 100 MW Project at Tadas in Karnataka for IL&FS
- 50.4 MW Project at Narmada in Andhra Pradesh for IL&FS
- 24 MW Project at Ratedi in Madhya Pradesh for IL&FS
- 24 MW Project at Vagaikulam in Tamilnadu for IL&FS
- 102.4 MW Project at Bhakrani in Rajasthan for CLP