Kolkata based solar energy company Vikram Solar has commissioned two 10 MW solar projects for West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company (WBSEDCL). The plants are located at Patni, near Kharagpur, and at Lalgarh, near Midnapore, West Bengal.
The solar PV power plant at Patni deployed Vikram Solar’s high-efficiency Eldora 4BB series 60-cell modules, while solar PV power plant at Lalgarh consists of Eldora 5BB series 60-cell modules, ranging from 265Wp to 270Wp. Both plants are expected to generate 1.55 million units of electricity per megawatt (MW) annually.
Kuldeep Kumar Jain, COO-EPC, Vikram Solar, shared on the occasion, “Having extensive experience in installing solar plants at various topographies, we were able to offer good results to WBSEDCL. The successful commissioning of these projects reaffirms our superior performance and quality standards in the execution of solar power development.”
Vikram Solar is one of India’s leading solar module manufacturers and a comprehensive engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) solutions and rooftop solar provider. Currently, it has over 940 MW (commissioned+under execution) EPC portfolio in India.
Recently, Vikram Solar claimed a 140 MW solar plant project from National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC). The location selected for the project is Bilhaur, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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