Germany-based Belectric Solar & Battery GmbH has announced it has been appointed as the engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) service provider for a large-scale solar project by commercial and industrial PV developer Cleantech Solar. The project will have a total capacity of over 100 MW and will be delivered in three construction phases. The first phase of close to 50 MW is already under construction. The entire solar farm is expected to be built within this year.
Belectric has been working closely with Cleantech Solar for the last few years, and the latest addition is its eighth project with the company. Other projects include two PV rooftop projects, which, with a combined capacity of 26 MW, rank amongst Asia’s largest rooftop installations.
Belectric is one of the world’s leading EPC service providers in developing and constructing ground-mounted solar power plants and rooftop PV systems. It has 20 years of experience in power plant construction and to date, has built almost 4 GW of capacity worldwide.
The company’s Indian subsidiary, Belectric Photovoltaic India, has been involved in solar projects in India since 2009, with an installed capacity that is on track to reach 1.2 GWp by the end of March 2021.
Last year, Belectric delivered a 250 MW AC solar plant for its customer Fortum on time and to a high quality. This project in Karnataka is its largest capacity installation in India so far. After the project’s successful delivery, the company is now operating the solar plant on behalf of the owner. Another project of this size is also under construction for Fortum in Rajasthan and is scheduled to be fully grid-connected in the second quarter of 2021.
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