Uttarakhand CM inaugurates Rays Power Infra’s Solar PV project
Following the successful commissioning of its 78 MWp Solar PV project recently, Rays Power Infra has now inaugurated the plant in Uttarakhand. Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Trivendra Singh Rawat honored the inauguration of Rays Power Infra’s plant in his state.
Expressing his gratitude, Sanjay Garudapally, Co-founder & Director, Rays Power Infra, said, “This is yet another moment of great pride and honour for all of us here at Rays Power Infra. We started the project in the last week of November 2016 and accomplished the same in record period of 90 days. That’s not all; we not only inaugurated the plant, but also ready to appease major power necessities in the industrial areas of Bhagwanpur and Roorkee. Furthermore, what adds to our excitement is the fact that the vision and the mission of our organization coincides so well with the bottom line of the MNRE.”
“I would also like to thank Trivendra Singh Rawat for showing his support towards the cause of renewable energy and honoring us with his presence and inaugurating our plant in his state,” he added.
The project is one of the superior projects by Rays Power Infra, where local farmers have been made stakeholders by giving them a source of livelihood. Instead of forcing farmers to sell their land, Rays Power Infra has devised a unique model, where farmers can also become a part of the project. More than 1000 farmers will acquire direct and indirect benefits from this project by receiving a constant monthly source of income for more than 25 years. Furthermore, through this model, the company has created a land bank of more than 2000 acres, where it can implement more than 500 MW. This has enabled them to single handedly accomplish 100% RPO of the state for the next five years.
By EPC World Media Group