Rays Power Infra commissions 150 MW solar power plant in Karnataka

Rays Power Infra Private Limited has commissioned a 150MW grid-connected solar power plant in Raichur and Koppal, Karnataka.

The project will reduce approximately 156,400 tonnes of CO2 and produce 240,000 MW of green energy per year. The entire project has been executed by Rays Power Infra’s in-house engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) team within the scheduled time frame. The company has also initiated the execution of 500 MWp of solar energy with expected commissioning in the next nine months to offset the power requirements of consumers in India and overseas. Out of 500 MWp, 220MWp would be developed in India, and the remaining 280 MWp will add to the brand’s international portfolio. It is also developing 2×900 MW solar parks in Rajasthan, which will be utilised for setting up utility-scale and commercial and industrial projects.

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