Mumbai-based c-Si module manufacturer and turnkey EPC provider PLG Power has unveiled its plans to construct 60MW of solar power plants in India, with a possible extension to 100MW by 2011. The initial 60MW of power plants are scheduled for construction during 2010 in the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan and West Bengal at an estimated investment amount of US$200 million.
The company has also announced that it is in talks with various PV project developers to provide turnkey EPC solutions to enable them to extend this series of projects to 100MW of grid-connected power supply by 2011.
PLG has been allocated 40MW in Gujarat and 10MW in West Bengal, with the remaining 10MW for Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh currently undergoing arrangements. Up to and during 2011, the company plans to execute EPC contracts for investors and project developers to the tune of 40MW, bringing the company’s grand total of installed power plants to 100MW in various states within India.
Further developments for PLG will see the company extend its reach across to Europe and the U.S., setting up solar farms and providing turnkey EPC solutions globally.