Israeli firm Airtouch Solar has announced it has landed a $7.6 million deal with Indian developer Renew Power to supply and deploy its water-free cleaning robots for solar panels. AirTouch’s water-free robotic cleaning systems will be deployed for three of ReNew Power‘s new solar PV plants in Rajasthan, India, which are scheduled to be commissioned by early 2022.
The contracts include the supply, erection, testing, commissioning, operation and maintenance of Airtouch robotic cleaning systems for 25 years.
The robotic cleaning systems for ReNew’s solar plants will be supplied from Airtouch’s production plant in Israel and the company’s manufacturing plant in India that is currently being established.
In January, AirTouch Solar, traded in Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, completed a targeted fund-raising of over US$ 7 million from existing and strategic investors. In order to serve the fast-growing demand for its products, coming from new and existing customers, the company intends to double its manufacturing floor area and increase its capacity to achieve its fast-growing business goals.
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