Energy solutions provider CleanMax Solar plans to set up nearly 300 MW of solar capacity, including 100 MW of rooftop installation, this fiscal and will invest around Rs 1,500 crore for the same.
“There is a huge opportunity in the sector, not just in the ground mounted solar space but also rooftop projects. We are hoping to install nearly 300 MW of solar capacity in the country in FY 2017-18, which will include 100 MW of rooftop installations,” company’s Co-founder Andrew Hines told PTI here.
“These 25 MW of projects will be commissioned in this fiscal itself. With the additional 300 MW, our total portfolio will reach to up to 400 MW in FY 2017-18,” he said, adding the company will have to invest around Rs 1,500 crore to achieve the target. Hines said, .. Read more
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