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Tata Power Renewable Energy, a part of Tata Power operating in solar space as manufacture and EPC player, has signed up with General Electric to provide solar rooftop solutions for GE’s six manufacturing and services sites in India. The projects will be executed on Build-Own-Operate basis, it added. “Generation of solar power at our manufacturing plants will help GE in reducing carbon footprint,” said Amit Kumar, Vice-President, Supply Chain - GE India & South-East Asia.
He added India has a lot of potential for solar rooftop projects which need to be harnessed to meet India’s energy needs for manufacturing.
Driven by large-scale projects, the solar installation in India during January-March period of the current calendar year was 3,269 megawatt (mw), up by over 9 per cent compared to 2,991 mw installed in the corresponding period last year, a report said on Tuesday.
The cumulative solar installed capacity totalled 22.8 gigawatt at the end of the quarter.
CleanMax Solar is the first Indian company to win this award in the 'Achievement in Transformational Infrastructure' category
Financial Times and International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, today announced CleanMax Solar, India's most trusted sustainability partner for the corporate segment, as the winner in 'Achievement in Transformational Infrastructure' at the Transformational Business Awards 2018. The company was selected from among 189 entries received from 126 countries, and received the award for its rooftop solar project at the Tata Motors factory in Sanand, Gujarat. CleanMax Solar is the first Indian company ever to win the award. The award was presented by Ms. Stephanie Race, CEO, Crop Performance Ltd. to Mr. Kuldeep Jain, Founder and Managing Director of CleanMax Solar, during the awards ceremony held in London.