Jaipur-based solar power company Rays Power Infra today announced it has commissioned three solar PV projects in Karnataka, under the state’s open access scheme.
The open access model implemented in Karnataka enables access to power at considerably lower rates, offering better efficiencies and lower utility bills while reducing the carbon footprint of industries in the areas being serviced by projects built in the state, the company said.
The projects include Jhamkhandi of 40 MW capacity and Bijapur and Kustagi of 45 MW capacity each and were commissioned in less than 100 days from land acquisition, Rays claimed. Read More
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