The Tier-1* PV module manufacturer recently augmented its leadership team by onboarding Mr. Saibaba Vutukuri as the company’s CEO. He comes with over 3 decades of expertise and extensive experience in the renewable and green energy sector
May 05, 2020. By News Bureau
Vikram Solar has announced that it has been featured among Fortune India’s Next 500 companies in India. This is the first time the company has featured on the coveted list.
The company in a statement shared “This listing is a reflection of the faith that our domestic and international customers put in us. Vikram Solar is committed in contributing to the world’s sustainable energy mission, and is undertaking research and development to serve its global customer base while maintaining high quality standards.”
The Tier-1* PV module manufacturer recently augmented its leadership team by onboarding Mr Saibaba Vutukuri as the company’s CEO. Mr Vutukuri comes with over 3 decades of expertise and extensive experience in the renewable and green energy sector.
The company’s annual PV module production capacity stands at 1.2 GW and the company has shipped over 2.4 GW PV modules globally till date. The company is a PVEL LLC Top Performer and its modules are suitable for harsh environments in Europe, North America and, Asia.
With an EPC portfolio of 1055 MW (commissioned + under execution), the company has a proven record to handle utility scale projects (200 MW for APGENCO in Andhra Pradesh, 130 MW for NTPC at Bhadla-Rajasthan, 80 MW for GIPCL at Charanka- Gujarat, 50 MW for NTPC at Mandsaur-Madhya Pradesh, 40 MW for Malwa Solar at Kachaliya- Madhya Pradesh), innovative projects (India’s first floating solar) and rooftop projects. Repeat orders from customers such as Airports Authprity of India (Calicut, Kolkata, Dibrugarh, Gaya, Gondia and Kochi) and ISRO are a testament to Vikram Solar’s contribution to the growth of Indian solar revolution.
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