Suzlon Energy Share Price

Share Price
55.74 (+2.05%)
52 Week High
56.49
52 Week Low
17.45
All Time High
56.49
Last Updated
18 July 2024

Back in 1995, the late Tulsi Tanti founded Suzlon in Pune (Maharashtra, India), with a vision to harness the wind and make it a driving force for a cleaner tomorrow.

Since then, Suzlon has not just been about wind turbines; it has been about propelling India towards a cleaner, greener tomorrow.

The installation of its first wind turbine generator in 1996 marked the beginning of a journey that would see Suzlon’s turbines dotting the country’s wind-rich landscapes.

Under the leadership of Tanti, Suzlon quickly became synonymous with wind energy solutions. The iconic ‘Suzlon One Earth’ in Pune, inaugurated in 2010, wasn’t just an office; it was a testament to the company’s commitment to sustainability.

In 2005, Suzlon acquired Hansen Transmissions. 

As the winds of change swept through the energy sector in the country, Suzlon made sure that they innovated and contributed in a great way to India’s overall renewable energy goals.

Over the course of the first decade, Suzlon became synonymous with wind energy in India. And Tulsi Tanti came to be known as the “Wind man of India”.

Challenges, too, have been a major part of Suzlon’s narrative. Economic shifts and industry dynamics brought headwinds.

For a major part of 2007, stories were being told of Suzlon’s bright future. The company was not only expanding in India, but had more ambitious plans in the international market. In early 2008, the Suzlon share price crossed ₹ 400.

A bubble had been created. All that the perfect Suzlon story needed was a prick from a negative news story. This came in the form of the financial crisis of 2008, where Suzlon was caught on the wrong foot.

Lehman Brother collapsed. Orders from two of its biggest markets – the US and Europe stopped.

From highs of nearly ₹ 450 per share in January 2008, the Suzlon stock price crashed to a low of ₹ 36 in October 2008. While most companies recovered after the global market crash, Suzlon continued to struggle – hitting new lows, before the resurgance in the year 2023.

Is Suzlon a turnaround story? Only time will tell.

Suzlon Energy Share Price History

Year Share Price Gain / Loss
2005 ₹ 178.80
2006 ₹ 260.80 + 45.9%
2007 ₹ 387.10 + 48.4%
2008 ₹ 62.30 - 83.9%
2009 ₹ 90.40 + 45.1%
2010 ₹ 54.60 - 39.6%
2011 ₹ 18.00 - 67.0%
2012 ₹ 17.03 - 5.4%
2013 ₹ 9.47 - 44.4%
2014 ₹ 13.50 + 42.6%
2015 ₹ 19.10 + 41.5%
2016 ₹ 12.70 - 33.5%
2017 ₹ 14.30 + 12.6%
2018 ₹ 4.90 - 65.7%
2019 ₹ 1.70 - 65.3%
2020 ₹ 6.00 + 252.9%
2021 ₹ 9.47 + 57.8%
2022 ₹ 10.60 + 11.9%
2023 ₹ 38.20 + 260.4%
2024 ₹ 55.74 + 45.9%

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  • During 2005, the share price of Suzlon Energy was ₹ 178.8.
  • If you had bought shares worth ₹ 2500 in 2005, you would have 140 shares today.
  • At the end of 2024, the current value of your shares would be ₹ 7794.

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