The Indian wind market is on the rise with a total wind target of 140 GW by 2030 and even greater potentials for both onshore and offshore wind. When the wind sector gathers on 4-6 October in Chennai, India, for the 5th edition of Windergy International Trade Fair and Conference, State of Green will be present alongside Danish companies, Danish Wind Export and Trade Council of Denmark in India to promote Danish knowhow and support the potential for Danish-Indo partnerships.
Windergy 2023 will serve as a dynamic nexus for pivotal discussions, where attendees will delve into the latest technological breakthroughs, emphasizing the pivotal role of wind energy in the national energy mix. Denmark, represented by a diverse array of companies specializing in all aspects of the wind energy value chain, will have a prominent presence at this year’s conference, as Denmark is a green strategic partner country to India.
In particular, the Indian market is looking into a build-out of 110 GW onshore and 30 GW offshore wind by 2030. Another keen focus is repowering, as more than 10 GW of today’s wind turbines in India has less than 1 GW capacity, and 2.5 GW with less than 500 KW capacity. In the Southeastern state of Tamil Nadu alone, there is a repowering potential of 834 GW, according to Trade Council of Denmark in India.