Belectric Solar to build 100 megawatt plant in India

Projects to date include two photovoltaic systems that, with a total capacity of 26 MW, are among the largest rooftop installations in Asia

German EPC company Belectric Solar & Battery GmbH has been commissioned by Cleantech Solar to build a solar project in India. The plant has a capacity of over 100 MW and will be installed in three phases. The first phase with almost 50 MW is already under construction. The entire solar park is scheduled for completion this year.
Belectric Solar has been working closely with Cleantech Solar for several years and this is now the eighth project in which the two companies have cooperated. Previous projects include two photovoltaic plants that are among the largest rooftop installations in Asia, with a total capacity of 26 MW.
The Indian subsidiary Belectric Photovoltaic India Pvt. Ltd. has been active in India since 2009. Last year, the company built a 250 MW solar plant for Fortum in the state of Karnataka. Another Fortum project of this size is under construction in Rajasthan and is scheduled to go online in the second quarter of 2021.
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