Waaree Renewable Technologies Limited, formerly known as Sangam Renewables Limited, and an arm of Waaree Group, today announced it has received a letter of award (LOA) to set up a 180 MW DC solar power plant in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
The company bagged the turnkey project from an India-focused renewable energy group. Its scope of work includes engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of the solar plant.
“The works shall be executed subject to receipt of regulatory and other statutory approvals, as may be applicable. The Parties shall in due course negotiate and execute a definitive contract,” stated the company.
Waaree Renewable’s latest addition follows the award for setting up a 140 MW DC solar power plant in the state of Gujarat. The company bagged the Gujarat project in December last year.
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I hope and assume all PV Panels are MADE IN INDIA as per PM Modi’s “request” to the PV Industry in India… (and not from China that (from the profits) end up as bullets aimed at India Jawans at the Himalayan Borders..)..
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