Solar power project by Mahindra EPC recognised by MNRE

Solar power project by Mahindra EPC recognised by MNRE
Three solar power projects constructed by Mahindra EPC have been recognised by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the nodal agency for phase one of the JNNSM – NVVN (Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission -NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam), in their recently announced merit list for early commissioning of solar power projects. The 5MW solar PV power project constructed by Mahindra EPC for Mahindra Solar One near Jodhpur, Rajasthan, has been listed in the top slot under the merit list for Phase I, Batch I. In addition, two projects constructed by the company for Fonroche, France with a capacity of 5MW and 15MW near Bikaner, Rajasthan, have been listed as first and third, respectively on the merit list for early commissioning for phase I, Batch II. “I am happy to note that India’s installed capacity for grid connected solar projects has crossed 1,500 MW and several projects have been commissioned ahead of schedule in Batch II of Phase I of the JNNSM,” said Dr Farooq Abdullah, Minister of the new and renewable energy.
Commenting on this recognition, Basant Jain, CEO, Mahindra EPC, said, “We are honoured to be in the prestigious merit list of MNRE and NVVN for early commissioning of solar projects in both batches of JNNSM Phase 1. We have commissioned 60 MW of solar projects in 4 months which is a clear indication of our ability to execute large scale solar plants within record time while ensuring the highest quality standards in every aspect of project execution.”

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