Waaree Energies lands 200 MW solar module supply contract with Engie India


Waaree Energies Ltd today announced that it has received a mandate from Engie India to supply 200 MW of solar modules for a PV power project in the Indian state of Gujarat. The project will be located in the Sayla village of the Surendra Nagar district.

Engie India is a subsidiary of the French-based Engie Group, a global player in low-carbon energy and services. The company is developing the Sayla village project, designated as GUVNL 2, under a 25-year solar power purchase agreement (PPA) with Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd (GUVNL).

Waaree will start supplying its AHNAY 545 Wp bifacial modules from November this year. The delivery is expected to be completed by February 2024. 

The 200 MW of AHNAY 545 Wp Bifacial modules to be supplied by the company for the Sayla village project will generate 340 million units of electricity per annum. 

Waaree Energies Ltd, the flagship company of the Waaree Group, is one of the largest vertically integrated new energy solution providers and India’s largest solar module manufacturer with a capacity of 12 GW. It has four state-of-the-art solar module manufacturing facilities and a presence in over 388+ locations nationally and 20 countries internationally.


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