New Delhi: Gensol Engineering Ltd. (GEL), a leading player in the solar power sector, has secured a significant project win, bagging a Rs 139-crore contract from Sarda Energy & Minerals Ltd. (SEML) in Chattisgarh.
This marks a major boost for Gensol’s presence in the growing captive solar market and strengthens its position as a key EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) player in the renewable energy space.
- Capacity: 33 megawatts (MW)
- Location: SEML’s Kharora plant in Chhattisgarh
- Scope of Work: Design, engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning of the solar power facility.
- Project Value: Rs. 138.72 crore
- This project marks Gensol’s entry into the burgeoning Chhattisgarh solar market, offering substantial growth potential.
- The captive solar project will help SEML reduce its reliance on conventional energy sources and minimize carbon footprint.
- The deal reinforces Gensol’s position as a leading EPC player in the Indian solar industry.
- Positive outlook for Gensol: This project win is a major milestone for Gensol, strengthening its order book and opening doors to the Chhattisgarh market with immense potential for renewable energy integration.
- Reinforcing Gensol’s EPC prowess: The comprehensive nature of the contract, encompassing the entire project lifecycle, showcases Gensol’s capabilities as a leading EPC player in the solar industry.
- Boost for Chhattisgarh’s renewable energy ambitions: The project aligns with Chhattisgarh’s growing focus on clean energy and will contribute to the state’s renewable energy target.
- Increased demand for solar EPC services: This project win could pave the way for further contract wins for Gensol in the region, leading to potential expansion and job creation.
- Growing adoption of captive solar: The deal highlights the rising trend of industrial players opting for captive solar solutions to reduce energy costs and enhance sustainability.
- Positive outlook for the Indian solar sector: The success of this project reinforces the optimistic outlook for the Indian solar power market, attracting further investments and driving sector growth.