Saatvik Secures Solar Modules Supply Order for Solar Project in Mauritius


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    Saatvik Solar secured an order for manufacturing and supply of 9.3 MW Mono Perc Half cut MBB modules in a reverse bidding auction through BHEL. Supply of these modules to be made at 8 MW solar project at Tamarind Falls, Henrietta (Phase-II), Mauritius.


    Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has signed an agreement to set up a grid-connected 8 MW Solar Photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Mauritius to help the island nation in its efforts to fight climate change.  The project is funded under the Government of India’s Line of Credit (LOC).

    BHEL will set up the solar farm at Tamarind Falls, Henrietta (Phase II), Mauritius and was awarded to BHEL by CEB (Green Energy) Co. Ltd, Mauritius, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Central Electricity Board (CEB). The contract agreement for the project was exchanged between the Mauritian and Indian sides, during the visit of the Minister of External Affairs of India, S. Jaishankar to Mauritius.

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    Mr. Prashant Mathur, Chief Executive Officer, Saatvik Green Energy said, “We are honored to have won this momentous order from BHEL. It underlines the industry’s confidence in our ability to develop and deliver world-class solar modules using a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.” 

    About Saatvik

    Saatvik is the leading Indian PV Module Manufacturer with a 1 GW annual production capacity in Ambala, Haryana, and delivered more than 1 GW modules across India. Saatvik is expanding its capacity to 3 GW by 2023 with the new plan set up in Gandhidham (Gujarat).

    Saatvik’s product roadmap includes Poly Modules /MONOPERC module /Half cut MBB -530 Wp and higher Modules utilising M10 Cell technology.

    About BHEL

    Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited is an Indian government-owned engineering and manufacturing enterprise based in New Delhi, India.BHEL directly operates under the ownership of the Indian Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India.

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