Rays Experts Commissions 6 Solar Projects in Rajasthan Worth 600 MW

Rays Experts has successfully commissioned six solar projects in Rajasthan with a combined power capacity of 600 megawatt (MW).

Rays Experts, one of India’s leading innovative solar solutions provider and one of the largest solar power EPC companies. has announced that it has successfully commissioned six solar projects in Rajasthan with a combined power capacity of 600 megawatt (MW).

The firm claims to have invested Rs 3,000 crore on the six projects which are spread across 2,500 acres of land, mainly in the districts of Bikaner and Jodhpur. The projects combined are expected to generate enough power to provide for more than 4 lakh houses with renewable energy.

According to the statement, the deployed solar projects have benefited thousands of families by helping create business and employment opportunities. According to the firm, the projects have collectively provided employment to over 2,000 people so far. And are further employing close to 600 people each month for the park maintenance and additional capacity expansion.

This is over and above other benefits for the state including enhanced business productivity, reduced carbon emissions, lower power tariffs, and increased GST collection.

“Rajasthan has over 15 GW solar plants in the planning stage for the next 3 years and we are proud to be a part of its solar journey,” Rays Experts MD & CEO Rahul Gupta, MD & CEO said in the statement. The company is further planning on investing Rs 50 crore additionally in Rajasthan over the next two years.

The Solar EPC (Engineering Procurement Construction) and park developer has a current order book of 250 MW in the state. It is developing around four solar parks in other states as well, three of which have been approved and are in advanced stages of development.

The company aims to reach the 1,000 MW installation milestone by the end of 2021, it added.

With its solar projects, the company has catered to more than 275 customers in various industries ranging from traditional namkeen (snacks), wool, media, hotels, hospitals, and marble industries, alongside others.

In September, the firm had announced that it had successfully commissioned Haryana’s first-ever solar park in Siwani, Distt. Bhiwani. The 10 MW Solar Park, which is to be expanded with a further 30 MW, helped Haryana join the list of states with a functioning solar park in the country. According to the firm, this park is supplying power to 15,000 homes in the state.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for iamrenew.com.