alfanar Commissions its First Renewable Energy Project in India

Saudi Arabia-based alfanar has successfully commissioned its first renewable energy project in the state of Gujarat in India. It has commissioned a 300 MW wind energy project in Bhuj, Gujarat under the state-owned Solar Energy Corporation of India’s (SECI’s) Tranche III ISTS connected Wind Power Project.

April 20, 2021. By Manu Tayal

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Saudi Arabia-based alfanar has successfully commissioned its first renewable energy project in the state of Gujarat in India.

The company has commissioned a 300 MW wind energy project in Bhuj, Gujarat under the state-owned Solar Energy Corporation of India’s (SECI’s) Tranche III ISTS connected Wind Power Project.  

Once fully operational, the project is expected to provide electricity to 2.9 lakh households in the region, and would also help in reduction of carbon dioxide of up to 3,40,000 tons per year.

alfanar has been primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical construction products, Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) solutions for conventional and renewable power plants, allied engineering services and design engineering. It has built up an international presence across the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and Europe.

The company operates its activities from several locations around the world, including alfanar Industrial City in Saudi Arabia, Contactum in UK, ZIV in Spain, Safa electric in Turkey, Kopp in Germany, EA in Italy, alfanar Electrical Systems in the UAE and alfanar Engineering Services in India.

alfanar energy specializes in developing and investing in renewable energy projects, including CSP, PV, wind energy, biomass, geothermal, and waste-to-energy.

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