Power sector in India is witnessing a radical change on account of government's move towards power generation via renewable energy resources. Increasing electricity consumption and surging awareness towards environment are together helping the country towards utilization of green energy resources, especially solar. Moreover, solar inverter market is exhibiting immense growth over the past few years owing to surging implementation of solar energy projects in the country. Additionally, National Solar Mission, aiming to achieve 100 GW of solar energy by 2022 has further fueled the solar inverter adoption and is anticipated to increase the market in proportion with uprising solar industry in India.
REC Group, the leading European brand for solar photovoltaic panels, this week completed the first wave of training for rooftop solar installers for close to 100 companies nationwide. Active in many countries worldwide, the hugely popular REC Solar Professional Program promotes and rewards long-term alliances between REC and the EPC companies which install the solar systems, ensuring excellence along the downstream value chain.
Vikram Solar, one of India’s leading module manufacturer and a prominent rooftop solar & EPC solutions provider, today, announced the opening of a new office at The Oberoi Corporate Tower, Gurgaon to increase presence in the market, eventually benefitting the company’s customers. This decision comes with the idea of capturing and better servicing the evolving and demanding market, minimizing barriers like distance and ease of doing business by quick response in business communication.
Vikram Solar, one of the leading module manufacturer and solar EPC player of India, commissioned a 10 MW Solar Power Project for Bharat Electronics Limited at the Ordnance Factory, Itarsi in Madhya Pradesh. This is a captive power plant, and the power generated through this will be used by Ordnance Factory Itarsi. Apart from installation, Vikram Solar will also provide Operations and Maintenance service to the plant for a period of 10 years from the date of commissioning.