Risen Energy has connected PV plants in Bengal and Kazakhstan to the grid

The Chinese module manufacturer and engineering service provider Risen Energy Co. Ltd. has completed two solar power plants in countries along the new Silk Road: Bengal and Kazakhstan. According to the company, it delivered its 275 W polysilicon modules (1,500 V) to a 10 MW power plant in Bengal, which went online in July. In Chulakkurgan, Kazakhstan, Risen Energy completed a 40 MW project as EPC contractor and supplied its 330 W polysilicon modules. Risen Energy also built a new 110 KV booster station and a 110 KV transmission line for it. Risen Energy is expecting the establishment of another 63 MW project financed by European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) later this year.
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