India's Rays Power brings online 275-MWp solar park in Bangladesh
- Indian solar plant building contractor Rays Power Infra Pvt Ltd has put on stream a 275-MW DC solar park in Bangladesh, touted as the largest grid-connected complex of its kind in the South Asian nation.
Situated at Sundarganj, in the Gaibandha District, the solar (PV) farm covers 600 acres of land as well as contains more than 500,000 Longi Solar modules. Its installation was carried out within the scheduled amount of time of 14 months, Rays Power said on Tuesday.
The Indian firm was picked to be the project's engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor in October 2021 by its proprietor Bangladesh Export Import Co Ltd (DSE: BEXIMCO), or Beximco Ltd
Zetwerk Production Businesses Pvt Ltd will supervise of the solar farm's procedures and also maintenance.
Rays Power noted it has actually thus far appointed 1.3 GWp of solar PV capacity and also is presently working with the development of approximately 2 GWp of projects that it plans to bring online over the next two years.
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