Suzlon Energy Ltd, a wind-turbine supplier, is looking to set up a manufacturing plant in Brazil and make the nation a hub for exporting to Latin American countries, its Chairman Tulsi Tanti has said. The plant, expected to be open in 18 months, will have initial capacity of 400 megawatts a year. "We intend to make Brazil as a hub for exporting to Latin American countries," said Tanti, who was representing the Indian business community during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the BRICS Summit. "Suzlon is one the early movers in Brazil. Over 700 MW of installed capacity is up and running and we will reach 750 MW by end of September," he said.
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