Waaree Energies to supply bifacial modules for Acciona Energy’s 412.5 MWp solar project in Rajasthan

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Waaree Energies has secured a contract to supply its bifacial solar modules for Spanish developer Acciona Energy’s 412.5 MWp (335 MW AC) project in Rajasthan. The contract was awarded by Acciona Energy’s subsidiary Juna Renewable Energy.

The PV plant, a utility-scale solar project, will be located in the Kawani village of Bikaner district. It is set for commissioning in March 2025.

The project will deploy Waaree’s p-type bifacial modules with a rated output of 540-545 Wp each. These modules will be installed on horizontal single-axis trackers, which are expected to maximize energy yield through enhanced light absorption and tracking capabilities.

Waaree Energies, founded in 1990, is India’s largest manufacturer of solar PV modules with the largest aggregate installed capacity of 12 GW, as of June 30, 2023 (Source: CRISIL Report). It commenced operations in 2007 focusing on solar PV module manufacturing. Waaree Energies has four solar module manufacturing facilities in India, with international presence.

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