Saatvik Green secures EPC contract for 12 MW rooftop solar

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Saatvik Green Energy, a Gujarat-based solar module manufacturer and EPC service provider, has secured the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract for a 12 MW rooftop solar project. It will install the project for an undisclosed steel conglomerate in Orissa. 

Saatvik stated it will execute the project on an area of 25,522 sq.m using 545 Wp mono PERC panels.

“By installing a 12 MW rooftop solar project, the steel conglomerate can generate a substantial amount of clean and renewable energy, thereby reducing its carbon footprint and dependence on non-renewable energy sources. With this mega installation, the steel giant will be able to reduce 9,600 metric tons of CO2 emissions per year,” stated Saatvik. 

Saatvik Green Energy executes both on-site (rooftop, ground-mounted, and floating) and off-site solar energy facilities. The company also manufactures ALMM-approved solar PV modules for commercial, residential, and utility projects. 

 

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