BluPine Energy launches skill development centers for utility-scale solar, wind power projects


BluPine Energy, a renewable energy services company in India, is inaugurating five state-of-the-art skill development centres in Gujarat to impart training on the installation and operation of utility-scale renewable energy projects. The developer has engaged skill development agency Probe Research and Social Development for the initiative.

Skill development activities for solar power generation will be conducted in three villages (Porana, Bhadiya, Nenava) of Patan and Banas Kantha district. Training for wind power projects will be imparted in two villages (Rampara and Kanakiya) of the Gir Somnath district of Gujarat for wind power generation.

“Each GW of renewable energy project requires at least a 1,000+ strong workforce to operate and a 2,500+ workforce during construction. Considering this rapid pace of growth in the industry, we expect the demand and supply gap for workers to keep increasing in the coming years. This is our small contribution towards bridging the gap of skilled workforce in utility-scale projects with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.”

The six-month training program is meticulously designed to equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge required in utility-scale solar and wind power installation and operation.

BluPine Energy’s comprehensive course strives to foster entrepreneurship, with a goal for participants to become subcontractors, enhance employability for financial independence, and develop key soft skills like confidence and leadership.

BluPine Energy was established in India by global investor Actis. With a $800 million investment from Actis’ Energy Fund 5, BluPine Energy strives to develop a 4+ GW renewable energy portfolio, exclusively in India.


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