Mirkala Wind is an 80MW operational wind power project developed by Berkeley Energy through its Indian portfolio entity Panama Wind Energy Godawari Private Limited in the Beed District in the state of Maharashtra, India. The project, operational since Q4 2014, is constructed on 150 hectares of land with most of the land cover comprising open agriculture over 12 villages in Georai Taluka.

The project comprises 40 WTG of Gamesa G-97: 2MW each with a hub height of 90m and a rotor diameter of 97m, a substation, internal access road, and a 12km transmission interconnection line. The project has an O&M agreement in place with Gamesa Wind Turbines Private Limited. The site is accessible from existing village roads that connect to National Highway 222 (Kalyan – Vishakhapatnam).

The project has well-developed quality management systems and has obtained the ISO ratings viz. ISO 9001:2015; ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001: 2018.

The project is co-located with a solar project of 20MW that has also been developed by Berkeley Energy.”