Rajasthan-based Rays Power Infra has commissioned a 275 MW DC solar project in Sundarganj, Bangladesh, which is purportedly the single largest PV plant in the neighboring country. The project is also the single largest PV commissioning for Rays Power.
The plant is spread over 600 acres of land. It will offset over 375 billion tonnes of CO2 emissions over its lifetime, which is equivalent to emissions from 2.5 lakh fuel-engine cars, stated Rays Power Infra.
Rays Power Infra completed the project within the scheduled time frame of 14 months despite a challenging execution environment and difficult soil and weather conditions. The company is now focusing on establishing more such power plants in Bangladesh and other countries.
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