Enerparc Commissions 5.5 MWp Plant in Uttarakhand

02 May 2017



Enerparc Energy Private Limited is glad to announce commissioning of 5.5 MWp solar power plant for Technique Solaire, a French company. The plant which is located at village Maheswari, in the state of Uttarakhand and was awarded last year to JLTM Energy India Private Limited, an Indian subsidiary of Technique Solaire under the Uttarakhand state policy of Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (UREDA) with Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited (UPCL) as the power off-taker.

This is the first solar power plant project for Technique in India and its commissioning validates the commitment and position of Technique Solaire towards development of solar energy in India said Manu Bishnoi – Director, Technique Solaire, India.

The project with its own set of challenges, was engineered, constructed and commissioned in record time of two months, by Enerparc India. The 5.5 MW plant with seasonal tilt modules structures, covering an area of approx. 25 acres will generate 9 million units of energy annually and help in reduction of 6000 tons of CO2 emission.

With completion of this project, Enerparc has again demonstrated its strong project development, engineering and timely execution qualities, coupled with high standards of workmanship said Amit Barve – Vice President, Business Development at Enerparc Energy.

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