Satara Wind is a 72MW (70.4MW operational) wind power project developed by Berkeley Energy through its Indian portfolio entity Panama Wind Energy Private Limited in the Satara district in the state of Maharashtra, India. The project, operational since Q1 2013, is constructed on 480 hectares of land with most of the land cover comprising open agriculture across 8 villages in Patan Taluka.
The project comprises 44 GE 1.6-82.5:1.6MW wind turbine generators with a hub height of 80m and a rotor diameter of 82.5m, a 220kV/33kV substation, four 33kV feeders, internal access road and a 12km 33kV transmission interconnection line. The project has an O&M agreement in place with GE India Industrial Private Limited. The site is accessible through existing village roads connecting to NH-48 (Pune-Bengaluru).
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.
Further, a 20MW ground-mounted solar PV project is being developed at the site.