Mumbai-headquartered Waaree Energies, which has a solar module manufacturing capacity of 2 GW at its plants in Gujarat, has supplied 1.53 MW of solar modules for a project developed by RBA Power. The manufacturer supplied 335 Wp polysilicon modules for the 1.53 MW PV project located at Kovilpatti in the Indian State of Tamil Nadu.
The project, financed by Citi Bank on a non-Recourse basis, was commissioned in September last year.
Waaree Energies manufactures modules at its facilities in Surat, Tumb, and Nandigram in Gujarat. It claims to have India’s largest sales and service network with 388+ franchises across India.
In December, the company announced a supply of 2.4 MW of solar modules for a project developed by AMP Energy India Pvt Ltd. The project is located at Kochi Metro Rail Limited in Kerala. WAAREE supplied 390Wp mono PERC solar modules for the project.
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