Jakson Green, a new energy platform of Jakson Group, announced today it has secured over 1 GW of renewable energy EPC orders across India, Africa, and the Middle East regions since its inception in July last year. With this feat, it has emerged as the fastest-growing utility-scale renewable EPC company.
Jakson Green is developing a pipeline of renewable energy, green hydrogen, and green ammonia projects, both in India and abroad. Its India portfolio includes a recent deal with one of the world’s leading renewable energy asset managers to build India’s largest commercial & industrial (C&I) solar park in Bikaner, Rajasthan. Globally, it is also set to execute turnkey EPC for large-scale energy storage co-located with some of its RE projects bagged from leading renewable energy producers.
The company said it has an impressive order book within the green hydrogen and new energies EPC business, with projects catering to several applications ranging from the displacement of grey hydrogen with green hydrogen at process plants to the production of methanol from flue gas CO2 and hydrogen-for-mobility applications.
Jakson Green is promoted and led by Bikesh Ogra, a renewable sector veteran with over 10 GW of experience across 26 countries. The company plans to deliver 5 GW of renewable energy assets by 2025 and 10 GW by 2030. It also plans to enter the electrolyzer manufacturing space, besides building and operating green hydrogen assets globally.
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