SunSource Energy commissions 45 MW DC of C&I solar in Uttar Pradesh


SunSource Energy, an arm of Dutch multinational SHV Energy, has announced the commissioning of three open-access solar power plants in Uttar Pradesh (UP). Located in Jhansi and Lalitpur districts on a combined area of 150 acres, these projects have a total capacity of 45 MWp. Power purchase agreements (PPAs) for the entire 45 MWDC capacity have been signed with clients across industry verticals.

“Together these three projects are expected to generate 1.5 million megawatt-hours (MWh) of solar energy and offset up to 1.4 million tonne of CO2 emissions during their technical lifetime,” stated SunSource Energy.

“The projects will cater to the clean energy requirements of a diverse range of marquee clients, including one of India’s largest media conglomerates, a leading data center, an education institute, and leading global beverage companies.”

With this, SunSource Energy now has six operational open access projects in the state with four more in the pipeline. SunSource Energy’s total operational capacity is now close to 100 MWDC in Uttar Pradesh. Last year, SunSource Energy announced the commissioning of three solar projects in Bijnor district of the state.

SunSource Energy, a provider of solar-based energy and storage solutions to commercial and industrial (C&I) customers, is headquartered in Delhi NCR and manages the entire lifecycle of solar power projects.

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