AIming to enhance the solar power market in Karnataka, Rays Power Infra on Wednesday announced the completion of its 5.5 MWp Solar PV equity project in the state.
The project execution work started in October’2016, while the project was commissioned in February 2017.
Spread over an area of 28 acres at Koppal District, the project was executed on a turnkey basis, right from the land acquisition till the commissioning. With this, the total portfolio of commissioned projects of the integrated solar power company crosses over 400 MW.
“Karnataka is an important market and strategic geography for us and we are fully committed towards catering to its requirements. The State has an ambitious renewable energy policy and we are focused on supporting their endeavor. On one hand, India is an energy deficit country coupled with high cost of electricity and on the other hand, customers are now increasingly acknowledging the importance of solar energy over other sources available today,” said Sanjay Garudapally, Director – Business Development, Rays Power Infra.
Source Link – Outlook India
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