The 497MW project will add to the company’s growing portfolio of offshore wind farms, which currently comprises 1.8GW of projects.
More than 130 investors have signed a letter addressed to lenders backing the contentious project, asking that concerns of environmentalists and the Standing Rock Sioux be addressed.
The $376m platform is targeting mid-market Nordic investments as it heads towards a final close later this year.
In the country’s last auction in September, power prices for renewable energy projects fell by 30%.
The 229MW facility is the first to be procured under the revised Port and Harbour Law, which promotes offshore wind development in the country.
The world’s largest wind market also accounted for a 35 percent market share of the sector globally with a cumulative capacity standing at 169GW.
The $200m equity injection, which values the developer at $2bn, marks the first step of Tokyo Electric Power and Chubu Electric Power into India’s energy sector.
The mechanism is expected to help reduce government subsidies and ease curtailment issues in the world’s largest renewables market.
The acquisitions were made through the Renewable Income UK fund, which reached a £637m second close last year and is expected to re-open imminently.
The policy bank of South Korea is also reviewing a potential $20m debt financing for a midstream gas pipeline project in the US.