China-based Risen Energy has announced it was recently reaffirmed as India’s leading solar module supplier in 2019 by clean energy consultancy Bridge to India.
Risen maintained its leading volume supplier position with the highest market share while accruing over 3.6 GW module installations in India.
“We would like to thank our strategic partners, customers, government agencies, EPC companies and consultants, who provided Risen with the opportunity to achieve this magnificent delivery volume,” said Bypina Veerraju Chaudary, CSMO of Risen. “Without their foresight and perseverance the Indian solar market would stagnate.”
Ponsekar, vice president-Sales, Indian subcontinent and MEA, stated: “Each customer has their own unique requirement. We closely worked with every one of our valued customers providing tailored solutions that generate solid bottom-line benefits. We look forward to participating in the further expansion of this fabulous region for many years to come.”
He added that customised alignment for the top independent power producer and EPC Indian companies has allowed for repeat orders from customers, an ever-increasing capacity for understanding the primary drivers that customers cherish, and direction on technological advances to ensure maximum revenue and longevity for Indian installations.
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I hope that next year, post COVID, an Indian Company using Modules from India will be at the top of the list as The NATIONAL BOYCOTT BY THE PEOPLE OF INDIA of Chinese Goods and Services picks up more steam.
Perhaps the World will join this BOYCOTT SOON TOO…
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