Vikram Solar commissions 80 MW solar project in Gujarat.
Vikram Solar, the country's leading module manufacturer and solar EPC player commissioned a 2X40 MW (80 MW) Solar PV Power Plant for Gujarat Industries Power Company Ltd. (abbreviated GIPCL), Gujarat.
September 15, 2017. By Moulin
Vikram Solar, the country's leading module manufacturer and solar EPC player commissioned a 2X40 MW (80 MW) Solar PV Power Plant for Gujarat Industries Power Company Ltd. (abbreviated GIPCL), Gujarat. The project has been developed under the Jawaharal Nehru National Solar Mission Phase II Batch IV Tranche-I Scheme with grid at Gujarat Solar Park, in Charanka. Vikram Solar will further provide Operations and Maintenance (O&M) service to the plant for a period of 10 years from the date of commissioning.
Mr. Gyanesh Chaudhary, MD & CEO, Vikram Solar, shared on the occasion, "It gives us immense satisfaction and pride to successfully commission this project. Despite quite a few hurdles like floods and adverse weather conditions, we have been able to execute the project plan with success. Our commitment towards environment friendly clean energy remains intact and we will constantly strive to build a better, greener, cleaner future for the coming generations."
Spread across 385 acres of land, the 80 MW plant has 2,50,429 modules and will have a power generation capacity of 1886000 million units.
Mr. Anupam Dhiman, Executive Director – EPC Solar, Vikram Solar shared, "The successful completion of this project reinstates our consistent value of reliability in terms of quality and timely delivery of projects. Going an extra mile has always helped us being at the top of our game and this project will not only help us strengthen our foothold in Gujarat but also enable us in contributing to the overall green energy drive."
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