Module manufacturer and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm Vikram Solar has commissioned a 5MW PV plant in Tamil Nadu.
The project in Virudunagar was completed under the country’s renewable energy certificate scheme (REC).
The project, for textile exporter JVS Exports was constructed in 75 days, according to Vikram Solar.
“This project has painted an authentic picture of Vikram Solar’s capability in executing megawatt-scale solar power projects and at the same time ensuring quality at every step of execution resulting in substantial tax benefits and end-user savings, while considerably lowering carbon footprint,” said Gyanesh Chaudhary, managing director, Vikram Solar.
The project will generate approximately eight million units per annum of electricity that will be sold to the State Utility at the average power purchase cost.
“We have tried to set up the plant using the best-in-the-industry technology which includes advanced monitoring system, a latest cost effective earthing system, and other safety features making it safe and effective,” said Miguel Angel Hernaez Garcia, COO, Vikram Power.