German EPC specialist IBC Solar has commissioned a 22.5 MW solar farm located near Phalodi in the Indian state of Rajasthan stepping up its presence in the country’s bullish market to more than 50 MW of installed solar PV assets.
The firm’s sixth Indian project also adds to the cumulative solar capacity of Rajasthan, which is with 1,812 MW currently second only to the state of Andra Pradesh.
The project has involved both IBC SOLAR Projects based in Mumbai and their parent company in Germany and received official certification from the Bangalore TÜV Rheinland, confirming the highest standards in German engineering.
“The synchronization of the 20 MW AC solar plant at Phalodi in Rajasthan marks a significant milestone in our drive to grow our portfolio of clean and renewable energy generation. The project has been commissioned more than three months ahead of schedule,” said Shreeyash Bangur, Director of LN Bangur Group, the local contractor, who has worked with IBC Solar on several of its Indian projects, including the 11 MWp Pohran array located in sunny Rajasthan
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