In a statement released today, Belectric says it is the largest solar project it has been awarded by a third party customer to date, and its largest Indian plant.
The company will install the 250 MW system, comprised of five separate sites, and provide O&M services. Construction is set to start next month.
“The company has been involved in Indian solar projects with an installed capacity of more than 360 MWp till date, using the Wiring Harness System and the new PEG substructure solution ready for deployment in India of Belectric subsidiary, Jurchen Technology, which has a manufacturing unit in India,” read the statement.
No further details were provided.
Earlier today, Azure Power announced it has closed INR 4 billion of financing for a 100 MW project in Karnataka, awarded in an auction held by the Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Ltd. The system will be installed at the Pavagada Solar Park, which when complete, will total 2 GW of solar capacity.