The project, which comprises crystalline silicon technology and SMA inverters, is expected to generate enough energy to supply around 45,000 homes.
While Conecon GmbH was the construction partner, long term debt funding came from DKB bank.
Overall, MBCEL says it has commissioned 70 MWp worth of photovoltaic projects internationally, in October alone. This included India's first big ticket project, which encompassed a 30 MW thin film solar power plant in the countrys Gujarat state. The company's target is to reach 200 MWp by next year.
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