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Suzlon Energy Synopsis
NSE-Energy-Alternative/OtherSuzlon Energy Ltd. belongs to the Industry of Engineering - Heavy. Company’s Total Operating Revenue is Rs. 1247.31 Cr. and Equity Capital is Rs. 1701.60 Cr. for the Year ended 31/03/2021. Suzlon Energy Ltd. is a Public Limited Listed company incorporated on 10/04/1995 and has its registered office in the State of Gujarat, India. Company’s Corporate Identification Number(CIN) is L40100GJ1995PLC025447 and registration number is 025447.
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|Mr. Tulsi R Tanti||Chairman & Managing Director|
|Mr. Vinod R Tanti||Whole Time Director & COO|
|Mr. Girish R Tanti||Non Executive Director|
|Mr. Rakesh Sharma||Non Executive Director|
|Mr. Hiten Timbadia||Non Executive Director|
|Mr. Marc Desaedeleer||Non Exe. & Ind. Director|
|Mr. Per Hornung Pedersen||Non Exe. & Ind. Director|
|Mr. Sameer Shah||Non Exe. & Ind. Director|
|Mr. Gautam Doshi||Non Exe. & Ind. Director|
|Ms. Seemantinee Khot||Non Exe. & Ind. Director|
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Suzlon Energy Ltd
Founded in 1995, Suzlon is one of the leading global renewable energy solution providers. Suzlon has installed over 19.1 GW of wind energy in almost 17 countries across six continents with two decades in the business.
There are various subsidiaries of Suzlon group along with Suzlon Energy Limited. The concept of sustainable development moulds Suzlon's vision for growth. With a commitment to creating value along with honesty, creativity and integrity, Suzlon is focused on creating energy using carbon-neutral processes. In recent years, Suzlon has also developed strong solar power competencies and plans to offer Wind-Solar hybrid solutions. Its global wind installations alone help reduce more than 49.06 million tonnes of CO2 emissions every year.
With global demand and a rising focus on green energy, Suzlon is poised for growth globally and in India. Some of Asia's largest operational onshore wind farms are in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Gujarat and Rajasthan. The main aim of Suzlon group is to make renewable energy both cost-effective and simple for all its customers. In fact, the "concept to commissioning" model in wind energy is pioneered by Suzlon, which will eventually meet customers' requirements throughout the globe.
History of Suzlon Energy
Tulsi Tanti founded Suzlon in 1995. Tulsi Tanti, a mechanical engineer, tended to his family's textile business in Gujarat. Due to erratic power supply and long outages, his business suffered. To explore other opportunities to fuel his business, which was failing because of expensive electricity and frequent power outages, Tulsi Tanti purchased two new wind turbines and literally produced his own electricity, which impressed the other owners.
Due to the success of Mr Tulsi Tanti decided to leave his textile business and enter into the energy sector with Suzlon. Suzlon was formed in 1995 to provide a complete package of wind energy services to all its customers. Since its establishment, Suzlon has been a leading renewable energy solution provider globally, spread in 17 countries across Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia and the U.S. With 14 world-class manufacturing facilities in India and 12,224 wind turbines installed across six continents, Suzlon has become the perfect example of competitive advantage and innovation.
As of December 2021, Suzlon Energy achieved the 19.1 GigaWatts megawatts installed wind energy milestone globally. Suzlon's 10,000 MW of wind installation can power over 5 million households per annum and offsets approximately 21.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emission annually, which is equivalent to planting over 1500 million trees.
Suzlon was founded in 1995 by Mr Tulsi Tanti and is the leading global renewable energy service provider. It is the fifth-largest wind turbine supplier, formerly ranked by MAKE.
The current CEO of Suzlon is Mr Ashwani Kumar.
According to details shared by the company in its FY21 annual report, its total borrowings stood at ₹6,859 crores. While the company is making amends to bring down its current debt, according to its presentation to the joint lenders’ forum, its estimated debt obligation will be around ₹882 crores by September 2022.
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