Haryana-based Saatvik Solar has secured an order to supply 4 MW of solar modules to state-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) for PV projects in Uttar Pradesh. It won the supply order after a reverse auction conducted by BHEL.
BHEL will use Saatvik modules for PV projects at two thermal power plants in Uttar Pradesh, which it is setting up on an EPC basis. Saatvik will deliver half-cut, multi-busbar (MBB) mono PERC modules by the year-end.
“Out of the overall tender floated by BHEL, 2.5 MW of installation is to be executed at the Obra thermal power plant in the Sonbhadra district, and nearly about 1.6 MW of installation is to be accomplished and executed at the Jawaharpur power house thermal plant in the Etah district of Uttar Pradesh,” stated Saatvik.
Currently, Saatvik has a module production capacity of 1.5 GW at its Ambala plant in Haryana. It will expand its manufacturing capacity to 3 GW by 2023 by setting up a new plant in Gandhidham, Gujarat.
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