MYSUN has expanded its operations in Rajasthan with notable commissioning of two solar projects: a 104 kW project for a marbles and granite flooring provider; and a 397 kW project for a large polybag maker and with a pipeline of under development projects to more than 10MW.
The development of rooftop solar projects makes considerable sense for commercial segments as the levelised tariffs are significantly lower than grid-based tariff. These segments are, therefore, driving growth in the rooftop solar space, followed by the government & institutional segments.
With the rate contracts with all our major suppliers, we intend to increase our market share in the next few years, states Bharathiraja Kaliyamoorthy, Managing Director, GEESYS Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd., in an interaction with Electrical India.
It is recognition for solar power companies in India and has the highest repute amongst stakeholders and players in the industry.
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The orders were booked in the second quarter of 2018 and are the first tranche of a global five-year frame agreement for the supply of electrical and automation equipment for offshore and onshore wind power connection and integration to the grid.
This project has been set up by NTPC at an investment of approximately Rs 1500 crore mainly on non-agricultural land and generation of electricity have been achieved without affecting the natural eco-system with zero carbon emission.