Rays Power Infra Mulls to Commission 500 MW of Solar Projects in Next 9 Months

Solar projects developer and EPC management company Rays Power Infra has targeted to commission 500 MW of solar energy projects in the next nine months timeframe to offset the power requirements of 50% for corporate customers and 50% for utility projects.

November 02, 2021. By Manu Tayal

Solar projects developer and EPC management company Rays Power Infra has targeted to commission 500 MW of solar energy projects in the next nine months timeframe to offset the power requirements of 50% for corporate customers and 50% for utility projects.

The company said that it has successfully closed a progressive and futuristic partnership for generating and supplying power under various long-term power purchase agreements within India and Southeast Asia.

Out of this 500 MW of projects, 220MW would be developed in India, and the remaining 280 MW will add to the brand’s international portfolio, it further said. 

The leading solar power EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) company supports other industry giants to take a conspicuous edge above contemporaries while helping renewable energy thrive, effectively reducing power costs and increasing green footprint.

Commenting on the development, Managing Director of Rays Power Infra, Ketan Mehta, said, “the world is changing, and it’s changing fast. In this context, we at Rays Power Infra are strenuously working towards strengthening our solar development capabilities. We hope to continue living up to our company’s vision, ‘Rise with Rays.’ Considering the disadvantages of leveraging energy generated with fossil fuels from a safe and sustainable future perspective is no longer viable. Therefore, we must rely on renewable and natural energy generating sources to ensure that our future is secure, safe, and imperishable. This is a huge step forward for us and the solar energy industry, and we aspire to continue down this path and reach new green heights.”

“Rays Power Infra has already entered the international energy market, but we strive to delve deeper into this industry. With this recent partnership with leading industry players, we are sparing no effort to reduce power costs and carbon emissions significantly. In fact, our on-ground construction activities for generating the promised 500MW are in full swing to achieve set targets,” said Rahul Mishra, CEO of Rays Power Infra.

Meanwhile, the company has established over 1 GW of projects in several states, including Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh.
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