The expected energy yield of this project in Uttar Pradesh is 200 million units (MU) and is expected to reduce 4.57 tonnes of CO2 and can power 88,905 houses per year
Renewable energy firm Vikram Solar has completed a commissioned 85 megawatt (MW) solar plant for state-run power company NTPC at Bilhaur, in Uttar Pradesh, the company announced in an official statement.
Combining the latest 85 MW project at Bilhaur with Vikram Solar’s recently commissioned 140 MW project for NTPC at the same location amounts to 225 MW capacity project and became the largest solar project in a single location in the state of Uttar Pradesh, it added.
The 85 MW solar project is spread across 400 acres. The expected energy yield of this project in Uttar Pradesh is 200 million units (MU) and is expected to reduce 4.57 tonnes of CO2 and can power 88,905 houses per year.
Saibaba Vutukuri, Chief Executive Officer, Vikram Solar, said, “We are proud to say that we have a portfolio of commissioned and under-construction projects totalling 708 MW with NTPC, as it identifies our commitment and focuses towards customer-centricity. We are hopeful of a continued journey with NTPC towards realizing the company’s green energy goals.”
Vikram Solar’s annual PV module production capacity stands at 1.2 GW and the company has shipped over 3.1 GW PV modules globally.
Vikram Solar Limited (formerly known as Vikram Solar Pvt Ltd) is a leading solar energy solutions provider, specializing in efficient PV module manufacturing and comprehensive EPC solutions.