Waaree Energies to supply 900 MW of TOPCon bifacial modules for solar plant in Rajasthan

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Waaree Energies Ltd announced this week that it has secured a contract from Serentica Renewables India to supply 900 MW of n-type TOPCon solar modules. The Waaree modules will be deployed in a project located in Fatehgarh town of Jaisalmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan.

“This project is expected to be one of the largest solar power plants installed in India with Waaree modules in it, marking a milestone for both companies,” stated Waaree Energies.

Under the deal, Waaree Energies will supply its Elite Series n-type TOPCon BiN-03-680 Wp to BiN-03-690 Wp glass-to-glass bifacial modules

The module delivery is set from August 2024 to February 2025.

Waaree Energies will oversee the comprehensive manufacturing, testing, packing, and transportation of these solar PV modules, ensuring adherence to the quality standards and timely execution of the project.

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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