Proinso signs 33 MW Indian PV agreement


The company already began supplying the equipment, which includes SMA inverters and polycrystalline modules, to four projects at the start of July.

Under the agreements, two photovoltaic projects worth five and 20 MW respectively, will be installed in Charakana, Gujarat. The remaining two – both four MW in size – will be located in Maharastra. According to a statement released, they should be complete before this December.

Proinso signed another photovoltaic agreement in June for a two MW project to be built in Maharastra. It adds that it, along with Mecasolar, will be opening an office in India by the end of the year.

The Spain-based company distributes photovoltaic modules, inverters, trackers and fixed structures.

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