Abengoa completes its first photovoltaic plant in India


Abengoa was involved with the supply and assembly of the support structure, the modules assembly, as well as the construction of the electrical buildings, the fencing, urbanizing works and the assembly of the module cleaning system.

Thanks to this project, India is closer to achieving the initiative that the government has set of 100 GW of solar energy by 2022. An ambitious plan has been drawn up to reach this target.

Abengoa was also selected recently to manufacture and supply the steel structures for two photovoltaic projects (130 MW solar plants) that Gamesa will construct for the Indian company Atria Power as turn-key projects. In addition, Abengoa is   aslo involved in the execution of another 3 MW Project in Aligarh.

The company has developed a number of projects across the country in the energy transmission sector as well as that of water. With regard to the latter, the company has constructed the country’s largest desalination plant, located in Chennai, which has the capacity to desalinate 100,000 m3 of water each day and supply drinking water to over 700,000 people.

Abengoa completes its first photovoltaic plant in India