Jammu Gets 1.5 MW Solar Power Plant From Vibgyor Energy
- An up and down integrated company, Vibgyor Energy looks for to offer services to the institutional, industrial, and commercial fields.
- Through its various solar solutions, Vibgyor Energy looks for to assist Power consumers in decreasing the climbing prices of grid power.
Solar Developer Vibgyor Energy which is concentrated on the C&I segment where it targets institutional, industrial, and commercial industries has simply completed installation of a plant in Jammu.
The 1.5 MW solar power plant by Vibgyor Energy has been set up at Jammu's SIDCO commercial complicated. Waaree Energies provided the project with high-performing 445 Wp Mono PERC solar panels. The project was moneyed on a non-recourse basis by Kotak Mahindra Bank.
According to Viraj Gadhoke of Vibgyor Energy, "Jammu is a developing as well as substantial market for the company. This is only the initial of many projects in the location that we will provide. We think that by executing this effort, various other energy-intensive state sectors will be inspired to sign up with the sustainable energy movement and also switch to clean energy for their procedures as well as services. In its continued efforts to develop green as well as renewable energy resources throughout India, Vibgyor Energy is taking another action with this effort."
Recently, The Administrative Council (AC) headed by LG Manoj Sinha, had actually accepted the growth of 200 MW of grid-connected roof solar energy plants in Jammu City. These plants wished to take optimal benefit of the solar irradiance in the high-resource area of Jammu as well as Kashmir. They showed up as part of the 'Solar City Mission' in the Jammu region under the Central Government's Grid-connected Roof Solar Scheme, Phase-II suggested for the domestic market.
Recently, Vibgyor Energy commissioned a 4 MW rooftop solar project in Uttar Pradesh. Additionally, Waaree Energies supplied 330wp & 335wp Solar modules for a 2.47 MW project Developed by Sunil Gadhoke-led Vibgyor Energy, of Sunbeam Real Ventures last year.