Suzlon Group has commissioned three solar projects totalling 340MW in India.
The unnamed projects include a 210MW facility in the state of Telangana, a 70MW scheme in Maharashtra and a 60MW plant in Rajasthan.
The projects have been built through a combination of joint ventures or special purpose vehicles with various partners, Suzlon said.
The company added that it has now completed its entire solar order book.
Suzlon chief executive JP Chalasani said: “Our focus on solar will continue to be through wind-solar hybrid projects, which will lead to better utilisation of grid, due to complementary generation profile.
“It will also save on duplication of costs such as land and evacuation infrastructure.”