PR Fonroche and Mahindra EPC commissioned two power plants

PR Fonroche and Mahindra EPC commissioned two power plants
PR Fonroche has collaborated with Mahindra EPC to commission two solar photo voltaic based power plants (5 MWp and 15 MWp) at Gajner Village in Bikaner, Rajasthan. These projects were awarded under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission’s phase I batch II scheme.
Commenting on the partnership, Pratap Raju, Joint Managing Director, PR Fonroche said, “We are pleased to have set up Fonroche’s first solar PV plants in India. We’re keen to employ Fonroche’s valuable expertise in building unique solar PV solutions for industrial and private consumers in India, where solar holds huge potential. Many of these solutions are answers to some of the key concerns that have been raised by observers of the industry, and we are quite excited to be pioneering these initiatives in the country. We aim to develop a minimum of 200MW projects through this partnership, and are buoyed by the success of this first project.”
Speaking on the occasion, Zhooben Bhiwandiwala, Executive Vice President, Member- Group Executive Board, Mahindra Group, said, “As part of Mahindra Group’s Rise philosophy and our commitment to meeting India’s growing energy security needs, we have forayed into the renewable and clean energy sector.”
The 20MWp solar PV plant is equipped to supply more than 38 million units of clean and green energy. It is expected to displace nearly 30,000 MT of CO2 annually. The plant, which comprises more than 270,000 high output thin film technology Solar PV modules from First Solar, USA to generate 20MWp, is spread across an area of 180 acres, a company statement said.
Mahindra EPC’s turnkey scope of work included the complete design, engineering, procurement and construction of the 20MWp solar power plant, including construction of a 2.7Km, 33 kV double circuit transmission line to export the generated power to a nearby grid substation.

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PR Fonroche and Mahindra EPC commissioned two power plants

PR Fonroche and Mahindra EPC commissioned two power plants
PR Fonroche has collaborated with Mahindra EPC to commission two solar photo voltaic based power plants (5 MWp and 15 MWp) at Gajner Village in Bikaner, Rajasthan. These projects were awarded under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission’s phase I batch II scheme.
Commenting on the partnership, Pratap Raju, Joint Managing Director, PR Fonroche said, “We are pleased to have set up Fonroche’s first solar PV plants in India. We’re keen to employ Fonroche’s valuable expertise in building unique solar PV solutions for industrial and private consumers in India, where solar holds huge potential. Many of these solutions are answers to some of the key concerns that have been raised by observers of the industry, and we are quite excited to be pioneering these initiatives in the country. We aim to develop a minimum of 200MW projects through this partnership, and are buoyed by the success of this first project.”
Speaking on the occasion, Zhooben Bhiwandiwala, Executive Vice President, Member- Group Executive Board, Mahindra Group, said, “As part of Mahindra Group’s Rise philosophy and our commitment to meeting India’s growing energy security needs, we have forayed into the renewable and clean energy sector.”
The 20MWp solar PV plant is equipped to supply more than 38 million units of clean and green energy. It is expected to displace nearly 30,000 MT of CO2 annually. The plant, which comprises more than 270,000 high output thin film technology Solar PV modules from First Solar, USA to generate 20MWp, is spread across an area of 180 acres, a company statement said.
Mahindra EPC’s turnkey scope of work included the complete design, engineering, procurement and construction of the 20MWp solar power plant, including construction of a 2.7Km, 33 kV double circuit transmission line to export the generated power to a nearby grid substation.

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