The turbines, ordered by from Indo Rama Renewables, will be installed at Jath in Maharashtra.

The further boosts Gamesa’s growing presence in the Indian wind energy market that provided 14% of its total sales in the first half of 2012.

Gamesa India chairman and managing director Ramesh Kymal said that the order strengthens its portfolio of products in the state of Maharashtra.

"Our company is fast emerging as a market leader with the Gamesa 2.0 MW platform among the growing IPP segment," said Kymal.

Indo Rama Synthetics executive director Vishal Lohia added, "Indo Rama is delighted to have made its entry into the Indian renewable energy arena with our maiden 30 MW order for Gamesa 2.0 MW turbines in Maharashtra.

"We have aggressive plans to be a leading renewable IPP and be an active participant in the exciting Indian renewable energy platform."

The project is expected to be completed before the end of 2012.