Swelect Energy starts SPV farm near Trichy

 Swelect Energy Systems Ltd. has commissioned its 10 MW SPV farm near Musiri Taluk, Trichy District, Tamil Nadu.
It is the state’s first viability gap funding project under the JNNSM phase two and also the only DCR (Domestic Content Requirement) project in Tamil Nadu.
More than 55 per cent of the installed SPV modules were manufactured in Swelect-owned module manufacturing facility at Bengaluru (HHV Solar Technologies Ltd) with the SPV cells manufactured in India with 100 per cent DCR compliance.
“The SPV modules used are high efficiency 240, 245, 250 and 255 Wp multi crystalline panels with IEC certification and 750 kW high efficiency TMEiC central inverters have been used,” the company said. “This has enabled Swelect to be in line with the ‘Make in India’ program as well as the upcoming DCR programs.”
Swelect has installed over 1,700 rooftop installations for process industries, IT campuses, university campuses, banks, ATM sites and many other corporate customers. It is currently in the process of developing a 20 MW SPV farm.

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Swelect Energy starts SPV farm near Trichy

 Swelect Energy Systems Ltd. has commissioned its 10 MW SPV farm near Musiri Taluk, Trichy District, Tamil Nadu.
It is the state’s first viability gap funding project under the JNNSM phase two and also the only DCR (Domestic Content Requirement) project in Tamil Nadu.
More than 55 per cent of the installed SPV modules were manufactured in Swelect-owned module manufacturing facility at Bengaluru (HHV Solar Technologies Ltd) with the SPV cells manufactured in India with 100 per cent DCR compliance.
“The SPV modules used are high efficiency 240, 245, 250 and 255 Wp multi crystalline panels with IEC certification and 750 kW high efficiency TMEiC central inverters have been used,” the company said. “This has enabled Swelect to be in line with the ‘Make in India’ program as well as the upcoming DCR programs.”
Swelect has installed over 1,700 rooftop installations for process industries, IT campuses, university campuses, banks, ATM sites and many other corporate customers. It is currently in the process of developing a 20 MW SPV farm.

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