Wind power offers a well-proven sustainable option in the pursuit of renewable energy.
Most wind energy comes from turbines that can be as tall as a 20-storey building and have three 200-foot (60-meter)-long blades. The wind spins the blades, which turn a shaft connected to a generator that produces electricity.
The biggest wind turbines generate enough electricity in a year to supply whole villages and smaller towns but the need will increase as demand in India continues to grow. All wind farms rely on wind and RRPL is blessed to be based in Tamil Nadu where they have some of the highest wind speed factors which help maintain some of the highest PLFs in India. The sector is supported and encouraged by the Tamil Nadu state government’s electricity board and utilities and is by far the leading state for wind energy producers.