Waaree Energies Supplies 68 MW Solar Modules For Mahagenco Project

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  • The deployment of Waaree’s bifacial modules is expected to enhance the Mahagenco project’s energy output, and contribute to the region’s renewable energy capacity.
Waaree Energies Supplies 68 MW Solar Modules For Mahagenco Project Waaree Energies Supplies 68 MW Solar Modules For Mahagenco Project

Waaree Energies Limited, manufacturer of solar PV modules with an installed capacity of 12 GW, as of June 30, announces the successful delivery of 68 MW of its Bi-55 bifacial dual glass framed modules to Gensol Engineering Limited. These modules, delivered in March 2024, are currently being commissioned for the Mahagenco solar PV project.

The deployment of Waaree’s bifacial modules is expected to enhance the Mahagenco project’s energy output, and contribute to the region’s renewable energy capacity. We believe that these modules, with their advanced technology and design, ensure long-term durability and enhanced performance, making them ideal for large-scale solar projects.

Hitesh Chimanlal Doshi, Chairman & Managing Director of Waaree Energies Limited, expressed his enthusiasm for this strategic partnership, stating, “We are elated to collaborate with Gensol Engineering Limited on the solar PV project. As India progresses towards its ambitious renewable energy targets, we believe that projects like Mahagenco, powered by Waaree’s solar solutions, are significant in achieving the nation’s vision of a greener future. This initiative is expected to not only reduce carbon emissions but also aid in fostering economic growth and creating employment opportunities in the renewable energy sector.”

Waaree Energies Limited will illuminate single-location solar projects in Bikaner, Rajasthan, with a supply of 445 MW of its 540/545Wp dual glass bifacial modules. The delivery is scheduled for delivery between May and August 2024. Waaree Energies Limited (WEL) was founded in 1990. It is India’s largest manufacturer of solar PV modules with the largest aggregate installed capacity of 12 GW, as of June 30, 2023.

The company said that it commenced operations in 2007 focusing on solar PV module manufacturing to provide quality, cost-effective sustainable energy solutions across markets, and aid in reducing carbon footprint paving the way for sustainable energy thereby improving quality of life. WEL has four solar module manufacturing facilities in India, with an international presence.

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