India is the world’s fifth largest wind power producer and these wind energy facilities are installed in eight major states across India, Tamil Nadu,Gujarat,Maharashtra,Karnataka etc. India has largest windmills facilities and the location are Tamil Nadu windfarm at Tuticorin, Coimbatore, Kanyakumari, Thirunelveli and Tiruppur.
Other well known windfarms or windmills in India are located at Sangli and Satara District of Maharashtra, Kayathar, Tirupur, Kanyakumari, Kethanur in Tamil Nadu and Dewas Wind Farm in Madhya Pradesh.
Muppandal is a small village in Kanyakumari District of Tamil Nadu and one of the most important site of wind farm in the state. It uses wind from the Arabian Sea to produce renewable energy with the total capacity of 1500MW which is the largest in India.
Jaisalmer Wind Park is the largest operational onshore wind farm in India,located at Amarsagar in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan. Its installed capacity of 1,064 MW which makes it one of the largest wind farms in the world and largest of its kind in India.
Wind power project at Brahmanvel in Dhule district of Maharashtra has 32 wind turbine, There are many more Wind Farm in the state of Maharashtra such as Andhra Lake Wind Farm, Wind Power Facility Sangli and Ratnagiri Wind Farm.
The coastal state of Odisha has higher potential for wind energy and Damanjodi Wind Farm is one of the largest in the state. It has 99 MW wind power project in Orissa by Suzlon at Damanjodi in Koraput district.
Tuppadahalli wind park is located in the state of Karnataka,located about 55km from Chitradurga and 260km from Bangalore. 56.1MW power project produces 140GWh of clean energy per annum,The state of Karnataka is rich in wind farms compared then other states of India.
Other wind power production facilities in India are Dhalgaon Windfarm of Sangli, Vankusawade Wind Park in Satara and Vaspet Windfarm of Maharashtra, Beluguppa Wind Park and Anantapur Wind Park in Andhra Pradesh.