Solar projects in India face many challenges due to the complex terrain of the solar plants, making the proper implementation of robotics and automation quite a challenge.
Automating utility-scale solar facilities is now a standard consideration of independent power producers (IPPs), with robotics representing a relatively small portion of total investment. Despite this, offers from technology suppliers should be thoroughly scrutinized, as wrong choices can pose a significant risk to a power generation asset that is expected to last 25 years or more.
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