Vikram Solar conferred with Leading renewable energy manufacturer–Solar Modules award REI 2017
Vikram Solar, the globally recognized leading solar energy solutions provider was conferredthe 'Leading Renewable Energy Manufacturer – Solar - Modules' at Renewable Energy India Expo 2017 (REI).
September 20, 2017. By Moulin
Vikram Solar, the globally recognized leading solar energy solutions provider was conferredthe 'Leading Renewable Energy Manufacturer – Solar - Modules' at Renewable Energy India Expo 2017 (REI). TheAnnual Renewable Energy India Awards was held at the India Expo Center, Greater Noida on 19th of September.Vikram Solar was recognized as the winner in the Solar Manufacturing category.Mr. Ivan Saha,CTO and BU Head- Solar Manufacturing, Vikram Solar received the award at the ceremony that was attended by Industry leaders & visionaries from across the country.
Mr. Gyanesh Chaudhary, CEO and Managing Director, Vikram Solar commented, "Our constant hardwork and efforts are behind our achievement today and we are proud to receive this recognition from REI, which is one of the leading platforms on energy. At Vikram Solar, we uphold the spirit of innovation in every initiative we undertake and are committed towards delivering the best to our consumers in everything we do."
Vikram Solar is on its course to contribute significantly to the 100 GW solar targets in the coming years. The company's module manufacturing capacity has been ramped up to 1 GW.
Mr. Ivan Saha, CTO and BU Head- Solar Manufacturing, Vikram Solar said, "This is the second time we have been conferred with this award at this prestigious platform. This goes to not only show the high levels of commitment we have towards the industry, our partners and ourselves but also shows there is always some room for improvement and betterment. As the Indian solar industry expands rapidly and technology evolves, it will be important to increase focus on module quality like never before and quality in anything that we do has always been of utmost importance."
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