Saatvik Solar has secured an order to supply 9.3 MW of half-cut, multi-busbar (MBB) mono PERC modules to state-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL) for a PV project in Mauritius. It won the module order in a reverse bidding auction conducted by BHEL.
The modules will be used in a grid-connected solar project that BHEL is building in Mauritius on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis. The companies have not disclosed any additional details about the PV project, which will be built at Tamarind Falls, Henrietta (Phase-II). The installation will be funded by the Indian government to help the island nation to respond to climate change.
BHEL won the EPC contract from CEB (Green Energy) Co. Ltd, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Central Electricity Board in Mauritius.
Saatvik operates 1 GW of annual production capacity in Ambala, Haryana. It has delivered more than 1 GW of modules across India. It will expand its manufacturing capacity to 3 GW by 2023 by setting up a new plant in Gandhidham, Gujarat.
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