Rays Power Infra successfully commissions a 5 MW solar PV project for Aryavaan Renewable Energy
Rays Power Infra, a leading Solar Energy company, has announced that it has successfully completed a 5 MW solar PV project for one of their most prestigious client - Aryavaan Renewable Energy Private Ltd. The project execution work was started in October 2016 while the project was commissioned in February 2017.
Spread over an area of 25 acres, the project was executed on turnkey basis right from the land acquisition till the commissioning. With this, the total portfolio of commissioned projects of Rays Power Infra goes up to 65 MW in the state of Uttar Pradesh and over 400 MW in India.
Commenting on the milestone, Pawan Sharma, co-founder and director – projects, Rays Power Infra said, “This project is truly a watershed moment for us, considering the fact that it is commissioned under the Government of U.P. competitive bidding – 2013. Uttar Pradesh is an important market for us, thanks to the solar potential existing in the state. As always, we have made use of innovative technology and skilled field manpower to execute the project on time and deliver the best to our customer.”
“Rays Power Infra Pvt. Ltd. has done the complete design, engineering, civil work, Installation process, testing and commissioning of the Solar PV project”, he added.
Lalit Kumar Baid, V.P. Finance, Aryavaan Renewables Energy Pvt. Ltd, “We are immensely pleased with our association with Rays Power Infra. This is an extremely important project for us considering that it is commissioned under the Government of U.P. competitive bidding – 2013. The services rendered by our esteemed partner Rays Power Infra are truly noteworthy and together we were able to deliver the project on time and par excellence.”
Based out of Secunderabad, Telangana, Aryavaan Renewable Energy Private Limited was founded in Hyderabad on 21 September 2015.
The solar power plant being set up in Hamirpur is a part of the central government's move to promote the adoption of renewable energy in the country. India aims to generate 40 per cent of its energy demand from renewable sources like solar, wind, water etc by 2022.