Amara Raja Infra secures 700 MWp solar project from Greenko


Amara Raja Infra Pvt Ltd (ARIPL), part of the $1.75 billion Amara Raja Group, has secured a solar balance-of-system (BoS) project of 500 MW/700 MWp from Greenko.

This project, spanning across a 2,200-acre site near Uyyalavada Town, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, marks ARIPL’s largest-capacity solar project to date. With this addition, ARIPL’s order book now totals INR 1,516 crore ($181.78 million) for Q4 of FY 2024 and INR 3,232 crore for the full FY 2024.

The project is part of Greenko’s integrated renewable energy Project, conceived as the world’s first and largest gigawatt-scale project with solar, wind and pumped storage components.

ARIPL’s project scope includes engineering, procurement and construction of the entire balance-of-system (BoS) for the 700 MWp project.

Greenko is one of India’s leading renewable energy companies with 6.8 GW+ operating capacity constituting solar, wind, and hydro power projects across the nation.

Amara Raja Infra is an EPC company specializing in power and civil projects. The company has a solar portfolio of 2 GW and has evacuated over 7 GW of renewable energy through EHV substations and lines constructed in the last five years.

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