Gensol Engineering Ltd announced this week that it has secured a 62 MW AC grid-interactive solar PV project from Maharashtra State Power Generation Co. Ltd. (MAHAGENCO). The order value of this project is estimated at INR 302 crore (over $36 million). The plant will be situated at Paras village in the Akola district of Maharashtra.
Gensol will be responsible for the conceptualization, engineering, provisioning, installation, testing, and commissioning of the state-of-the-art 62 MW AC solar plant based on crystalline PV technology. The project is being established under the “Flexibility in Generation of Thermal Power Station through Bundling with Renewable Energy” Scheme, which was introduced by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy in April 2022.
Besides setting up the solar PV plant, Gensol will establish the associated HT overhead transmission line/underground cable, supplemented with all essential electrical equipment. It also encompasses the creation of bays culminating at the point of interconnection at the 220 kV bays at Paras Substation. Additionally, Gensol will provide five-year operation and maintenance support for the solar power plant and its associated evacuation mechanism.
The project completion period is 12 months.
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