Staying true to its commitment towards the Telangana Market, Rays Power Infra successfully commissions 25 MW Solar PV Park
Demonstrating its commitment towards the promising solar power market existing in Telangana, Rays Power Infra successfully commissions a 25 MW Solar Park here. The company commissioned this project as a part of few other projects that were commissioned in this year itself.
The leading Solar Energy Company announced that it has completed a 9.2 MW solar PV project for one of their most prestigious client in Telangana. The Project Execution work was started in first week of March 2016 while the project was commissioned in June’2016. This project was executed on turnkey basis right from the land acquisition till the commissioning. It was completed in the record time of 90 days. The said park is a part of the 25 MW Solar Park of Rays Power Infra and is also the 3rd such Solar PV Park to be commissioned in Telangana.
Talking about this project, Mr. Sanjay Garudapally, Co-founder & Director, Business Development, Rays Power Infra, commented, “Telangana is an important market and strategic geography for us and we are fully committed towards catering to its requirements. We have made use of innovative technology and skilled field manpower to execute the project on time and deliver the best to our customers. It is a one of its kind unique project as the power generated from this project will be sold to a U.S. based Pharma M.N.C. Also, spread over 27 acres of land in Medak District of Telangana, this project is commissioned under REC.”
“Rays Power Infra Pvt. Ltd. has done the complete design, engineering, civil work, Installation process, testing and commissioning of the Solar PV project”, he added.As the price of solar decreased, many industries & commercial offices are shifting to Solar Power to meet their energy needs.
Recently, the company has partnered with Hilliard Energy to jointly develop 150 MW solar power project, entailing an investment of $130 million (about Rs 870 crore). In the first phase, a 10-MW solar project was commissioned at Kalwakurthy in Telangana and the power generated are sold to the state’s discoms.