Waaree Energies Ltd, number one Indian Solar Panel manufacturer and EPC solutions provider, has bagged yet another EPC contract for 75 MW Solar Power plant from a reputed company engaged in electricity Generation, Transmission and Distribution in Western India recently.Waaree will be setting up the power plant at the customers identified site in Gujarat. The scope of the work for Waaree energies, includes design, manufacture, supply, installation, operation and maintenance of the solar power plant. The plant is scheduled to get commissioned by March’2016.Waaree started manufacturing Solar PV Modules way back in 2007 in India and now offers a complete rangeof solar panels right from 4 Wp to 400 Wp as well as complete EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) and turnkey solutions. Waaree has collectively commissioned more than 200MW of Solar PV projects across India.
During the FY 2015-16, Waaree executed some big size, grid tied EPC contracts such as ‘Waaneep’, which is a 50 MW Project in Madhya Pradesh. Another 50 MW Project in Andhra Pradesh would break the ground soon. Waaree also recently executed a 27.5 MW EPC contract in the Bhadla Solar Park, Rajasthan for Roha Dyechem. Waaree Energies Ltd. is likely to execute EPC contracts of more than 300 MW’s during the current financial year.
Commenting on this occasion, Mr. Viren Doshi , Director said “This will be one of the biggest solar plants to be built in Western India at a single location. This project provides us another opportunity to stand up to the expectations of all stakeholders in terms of supply capability and execution excellence. We have been able to meet as well exceed the expectations from our customer in our previously commissioned projects and winning this mega project is a testimony to the value that we are able to add to our customers.This contractgives us a further impetus in implementing the turnkey projects in the solar sector. Solar sector in India is poised for huge growthand till date we have made a substantial contribution to the Indian Solar industry and will continue to do so in the future.”