Rays Power Infra, a Rajasthan-headquartered solar developer and EPC provider, has commissioned another 50 MW (AC) open-access solar plant in Belagavi, Karnataka after switching on an equivalent capacity in the state earlier this year.
The latest plant is located in Bennur and will supply power to industrial customers under long-term power purchase agreements.
“Rays Power’s scope was providing end-to-end services including GO, Land, PPAs, turnkey EPC and all related approvals,” Vaibhav Roongta, chief business officer, Rays Power Infra, told pv magazine.
“The project uses 455 Wp to 595 Wp mono PERC monofacial PV modules.”
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Rays Power has installed over 1 GWp of solar projects in India so far. Out of this, about 50% is open-access. The company has further 300 MW-400 MW (AC) of commercial and industrial projects in pipeline in various States. It is also developing 2×900 MW solar parks in Rajasthan, which will be utilized for setting up utility-scale and C&I projects.
About Rays Power Infra :
Rays Power Infra is one of the Largest Solar Developer and EPC Management company. We have commissioned solar park and projects rounding to 1000 MW.
Rays Power Infra established in 2011, has been one of the pioneers in the Solar park regime & now an established player in Turnkey Solar EPC services, catering to the increasing demand in the country. Its presence in almost all major corners of the country has significantly contributed National Solar Mission.
Apart from being an EPC solution provider, the company is known for its differentiated and unique ‘Co-Developer’ approach offering cost-effective investment returns to its private equity investors. As a reason, it has gained the confidence of its customers and investors, in a short stint. Also, it owns projects in the IPP model for both ground-mounted & rooftop segments.
The company has gained expertise in the Transmission, Power distribution, and rooftop segment as well. Being a competitive solar EPC management organization in India, it extends support extensively in Consulting – Engineering – Contracting – Commissioning services. Member at various forums, it contributes to the solar movement in the country. Various recognitions have come their way to portray its success stories of which a few have been showcased including “Most Promising Brand in Power and Energy Sector” by WCRC (1) in London in 2015.
In 2015, the company was ranked as the 3rd Largest Solar EPC Player in the country following which it again was recognized as one of the top 10 players across the globe apart from US & China in 2017 (SOURCE- IHS MARKIT 2017).
Rays Power Infra is expanding its presence across Asia, Africa, and Australian regions.