Jaguar Overseas, an Indian engineering, procurement and construction firm, has rolled out a USD 20-million solar power project in Afghanistan with support from the USAID and the Afghanistan government.
The 10-mega watt project will provide solar power to more than a million customers of the Kandahar province, Jaguar Overseas Ltd (JOL) said in a statement.
The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm said it would be Afghanistan’s first tariff-based solar power plant.
“Officially launched in September this year in Afghanistan, it is the largest solar power project in the country, poised to support 1.15 million people residing in the Kandahar province. The project is being developed by Dynasty Oil & Gas Private Ltd (DOGPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of JOL,” the company said. Read More…
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