WAAREE Energies has announced a solar module supply order of more than 300MW, destined for California, US.

The company has agreed to supply its 385-390MW-peak MonoPERC modules for an undisclosed project currently under construction. A third party will inspect the modules before shipping.

Worldwide, WAAREE has supplied 3GW of solar modules so far, 600MW of which were commissioned in India and South-east Asia.

Commissioning for the plant will likely take place between April and September 2021. Energy generated there will be sold under a power purchase agreement.

Director of sales & marketing Speaking on this achievement Mr.Sunil Rathi said: “This is one of the biggest orders we have received and shows the capabilities of Indian manufacturers to compete in global market.

“Recently we have completed the supply of 50MW modules for a Fortune 500 company in the US, and are expecting more such developments there. We plan to strengthen our base in the US by opening an office in California shortly. ”

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“We have 300MW capacity of high efficiency bifacial and monofacial solar panels available for safeharbour this year.”