Waaree Renewable Technologies gets 412.5 MW solar project in Rajasthan

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New Delhi: Waaree Renewable Technologies Ltd (WRTL) on Monday said it has secured a contract to set up a 412.5 megawatt solar project in Rajasthan.

The project will be set up on engineering, procurement and contract (EPC) basis, WRTL said in a statement.

The company did not disclose the value of the contract.

"Waaree Renewable Technologies awarded EPC contract for Acciona Energy’s subsidiary Juna Renewable Energy's 412.5 MWp solar project in Rajasthan," it said.

The project will come up at Kawani village in Bikaner district of the state. It will be a utility-scale solar plant for which bifacial solar modules will be supplied by Waaree Energies.

WRTL will provide services, including design, EPC and commissioning of the project. The scope of work also includes installation of a 33/220 kV plant substation, power transformers, and a combination of automatic and semi-automatic module cleaning robots and spares.

WRTL, a subsidiary of Waaree Energies Ltd (WEL), is engaged in all aspects of thermal, hydro, nuclear, solar, wind power and power generated through non-conventional / renewal energy sources.