10 MW Solar Plant Commissioned by Vikram Solar in Andhra

One of the popular energy solutions provider in the country – Vikram Solar recently stated that it has now commissioned thae 10 MW Solar Plant at Tirumala Devastanam area in Andhra Pradesh. This project has been made under the PPA scheme, which is between Vikram Solar and TTD (Thirumala Thirupathi Devastanams). This interesting project will be facilitating green power generation for catering to the energy needs of one of the well-known religious destinations in the country.

Inclusive of this project, the total number of the commissioned EPC projects capacity of the firm has now touched 305 MW in the country. The CEO and the MD of Vikram Solar – Mr. Gyanesh Chaudhary stated that the solar plant that is set up in the TTD region is actually located in Chittoor district. The plant covers up to nearly 67 acres of the area and it certainly has a power generating capacity of around 10 MWp.

Vikram Solar is an Indian company that is based out of Kolkata. It is the 2nd largest solar energy company in the country when it comes to revenues. It also carries out various other important tasks such as the procurement, engineering, construction services as well as maintenance and operations of the solar power plants.

Vikram Solar has been actively involved in commissioning solar projects in India for quite some time now. Few months ago, it commissioned 20MW solar project for the popular Jindal Aluminum in Karnataka. The project was set in Bavihalu (Davanagere district), which is around 240 Km from Bengaluru. This project was actually a part of the state govt.’s plan of developing 1200 MW solar project for Karnataka that would get implemented in close to 60 plus taluks.

Mr. Gyanesh Chaudhury, the CEO of Vikram Solar stated that thinking and going beyond the actual conventional expectations is actually one of the main mottos of the firm. The company’s continuous success actually goes on to define the kind of superior operational practice that the firm has in this field apart from its robust planning as well as the execution capabilities.

Gyanesh stated that it makes him and his team happy when they contribute more time to the nation’s greener future. This project in Karnataka was managed in a land area of around 97 acres; the power generating capacity of this particular plant is around 23,000 KWP. For this project, Vikram solar has made use of nearly 73,050 modules with a capacity of 315wp each, thereby providing a grid connectivity of 66 KV to Maya Konda Sub-Station. Vikram Solar has been contributing immensely to the nation’s goal of attaining 175 GW of renewable energy by 2022.

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