Waaree Renewable secures EPC contract for Acciona Energy’s 412.5 MWp solar project in Rajasthan


Waaree Renewable Technologies Ltd, an arm of Waaree Energies, has secured the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract for Spanish developer Acciona Energy’s 412.5 MWp (335 MW AC) solar project in Rajasthan. Acciona Energy is developing the project through its subsidiary Juna Renewable Energy.

As the EPC contractor, Waaree Renewable Technologies will provide comprehensive services, including design, engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning of the project. The scope includes the installation of a 33/220 kV plant substation, power transformers, and a combination of automatic and semi-automatic module cleaning robots and spares.

Waaree Renewable Technologies, an arm of Waaree Energies, is engaged in the business of generating, trading, purchasing, marketing, selling, importing, exporting, producing, transmitting, distributing, supplying, exchanging or otherwise dealing in all aspects of thermal, hydro, nuclear, solar, wind power and power generated through non-conventional/renewal energy sources. Headquartered in Mumbai, it operates in various geographies, focusing on long-term investments within the commercial and industrial customer segments.

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 and now has four solar module manufacturing facilities in India, with international presence.


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