TEPSOL Projects (TEPSOL), a joint venture between Think Energy and EverStream Capital has consolidated its position in the Indian solar space. The company recently bagged another 80 MW of solar projects from Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Ltd (KREDL) in Karnataka.
With a current portfolio of over 500 MW of ground mounted solar PV projects and a pipeline of around 500 MW, Think Energy has emerged as major player over the last 2-3 years.
The company’s current portfolio includes 104 MWp of operational ground mounted solar PV projects in Telangana, 60 MWp of under construction ground mounted solar PV projects in Karnataka, and 300 MWp of ground mounted solar PV projects allocated and under development in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka.
Ravishankar Tumuluri, Managing Director and Chief Executive Offiver (CEO), TEPSOL, said, “The initiatives taken by government to support capacity building in the solar space is commendable. Read more
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