Jakson Green, a new energy transition platform backed by India-based infrastructure and renewables conglomerate Jakson Group, announced it has amassed a renewable EPC order book of around INR 5,000 crore ($601 million) within a year of inception.
“The company’s ascent to this substantial order book has been driven by its success in securing pivotal utility-scale renewable EPC projects in West Africa, GCC [Gulf Cooperation Council], and CIS [Commonwealth of Independent States] countries, alongside a substantial array of renewable EPC contracts in India,” stated Jakson Green.
Jakson Green recently inked significant deals with leading renewable energy developers to construct large solar power projects in Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. Among these projects, the company is also poised to deliver over 125 MWh of single-site utility-scale battery energy storage solution as a part of its turnkey EPC offerings, complementing its renewable projects.
Jakson Green’s RE portfolio includes around 600 MW of projects across Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat in India, and over 420 MW of projects in GCC, West Africa, and CIS Countries.
Jakson Green focuses on new energy assets spanning solar, utility-scale storage, waste-to-energy, fuel cell technologies, gasification-based projects, green hydrogen, and green ammonia projects. Promoted and led by Bikesh Ogra, a renewable sector veteran with over 10 GW of experience across 26 countries, the firm has built up an impressive global presence in a short span since its inception and plans to deliver 5 GW of renewable energy assets by 2027 and 10 GW by 2030. It recently set up an electrolyzer manufacturing unit, besides building and operating green hydrogen assets globally.
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