IBC Solar completes 11 MW solar project in India


Germany solar PV developer IBC Solar has completed its fifth large-scale solar PV project in India – an 11 MWp array in Pokhran, in the Indian state of Rajasthan.

The project adds to Rajasthan’s growing solar PV capacity and will be officially handed over to the Indian investor – which belongs to the LN Bangur Group – later this month.

IBC Solar acted as EPC service provider on the Pokhran installation, and has received official certification from the Bangalore TÜV Rheinland branch, confirming the highest standards in German engineering and operating performance for the plant.

The project also benefited from Rajasthan’s own pro-construction policies for renewable energy projects, as well as support under India’s nationwide Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM), which has targeted the deployment of 100 GW of solar PV capacity across the country by 2022.

According to IBC Solar business manager Reinhard Ling, the company worked closely with local workers and specialists to realize the Pokhran plant on time, and to tailor-made specifications.

"Ultimately," Ling said, "we can guarantee the investor a maximum performance ratio and a quick return on investment."

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