Spanish-German renewable energy developer Siemens Gamesa has confirmed this week that it will add 160 MW of solar PV capacity to its growing Indian pipeline.
The firm, which has already made inroads in the Indian clean energy space with the development of the nation’s first wind/solar hybrid plant, will build two large-scale solar farms of 100 MW and 60 MW capacity respectively.
The largest will be situated in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Siemens Gamesa has signed a development contract with a state utility for the project, and will deliver a complete turnkey solution, comprising infrastructure development, EPC services, and inverters and module supply. Read More…
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