Under the contract, AEG is expected to deliver the inverters in the first quarter of 2013. Overall, says the company, it has received over 100 MW worth of orders in India for its products.
Commenting, Bob Roos, VP Solar Strategic Business Unit of AEG Power Solutions, said, "Developing ourselves in India meant facing specific challenges; technical challenges due to location and climates, as well as market challenges due to fierce competition. This contract is a success for our Indian team and a step forward in our development on the Indian solar market."
M and B Switchgears is currently working on a 30 MW photovoltaic plant in Madhya Pradesh. Overall, the company plans to install plants totaling 99.25 MW in the state.
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