India’s solar module manufacturer Vikram Solar has secured a 140MW Indian solar plant project with the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC).
The solar project will be built at two places including Bilhaur and Kanpur, which are located in the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP).
The NTPC will install a 225MW solar plant in UP, and a 700-acre area has been allotted for this project.
Vikram Solar has been selected to commission the first allotment of the 140MW Indian solar project, which is expected to be completed by September next year.
Vikram Solar EPC-COO Kuldeep Jain said: “Vikram Solar has had a long-standing business relationship with NTPC. Previously, we have handled 50MW solar plant project in Mandsaur, MP and 130MW solar project in Bhadla, Rajasthan for the NTPC. And, I am very glad to say that Vikram’s focus towards innovation, quality, performance, customer centricity, and execution has helped us to win this project.
“Claiming LOI [letter of intent] for this 140MW project is a triumph for Vikram Solar, and we feel honoured to yet again have the opportunity to support NTPC in contributing to Indian solar revolution through green energy adoption.
In addition to solar module manufacturing, Vikram Solar offers solar energy solutions provider and comprehensive engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) solutions.
With an international presence in six continents, Vikram Solar currently has approximately 800MW (commissioned + under execution) EPC portfolio in India and has an annual PV Module production capacity of 1GW.