Company witnessing growing demand for high-quality Indian-made modules in the US
India’s leading Module manufacturer, Vikram Solar recently grabbed a 350 MW module supply order from an Independent Power Producer (IPP) in the United States (US). The project location is Arizona, and the modules will be shipped from India, says the statement released by the company.
At the ongoing RE+ 2022 event in Anaheim, CA, Vikram Solar aims to showcase its high-efficiency product portfolio suited for the USA and for customers across segments-residential, commercial & industrial rooftop and utility-scale. The company says that it was the first Indian solar manufacturer to be recognized in PV Evolution Labs (PVEL) PV Module Reliability Scorecard in 2017.
Delighted at the order win, Vice Chairman and MD at Vikram Solar, Mr Gyanesh Chaudhary commented: “It is a testament of the quality, innovation, consistent performance, and reliability of our solar PV modules. We thank our customers for their trust and confidence in our technologically advanced products. We endeavour to contribute towards harnessing the solar potential in the United States and strengthen the country’s energy security.”
He said that as per the International Energy Agency, over the next 4-5 years the United States has the potential of adding up to 20-25 GW of solar energy annually. “We are witnessing the increasing demand for high-quality Indian-made modules in the US aligned to the clarion call of diversifying sourcing policies. Our established presence and experience in the US give us the competitive edge to capitalize on the opportunities. We are focused on further strengthening our market share in the US and cater to the utility, commercial as well as residential customers,” added Chaudhary.
Kolkata-Headquartered Vikram Solar Ltd is a leading solar energy solutions provider, specializing in efficient photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturing and comprehensive EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction) solutions. Vikram Solar deploys technology to design, install and commission solar projects.