Technique Solaire wins its second project in India of 20MW AC

Sophie Canciani - 25/05/18

After the first ground mounted solar project of 5 MW AC commissioned in March 2017 in the state of Uttarakhand, India, the Technique Solaire group continues its international growth by winning their second project in the state of Maharashtra, India. The construction of this solar photovoltaic power plant of a total capacity of 20 MW AC will take place in 2019.
 
This new success marks a new step into Technique Solaire’s development in India.   With an objective of 100 GW to be installed by 2022 and the creation of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) in partnership with France, the Indian government makes solar energy development a priority. Despite a very strong competitive environment for solar sector in India, this win indicates Technique Solaire’s ability to realize large-scale projects.
With the projects won during the last tenders in France of the Commission de Régulation de l’Energie (CRE), the group now has a “pipeline” of 90 MWp solar photovoltaic projects to be built within the next 20 months. In addition, the group will launch the construction of its first Biogas injection plant in the second semester of 2018.


In parallel, Technique Solaire continues to study new opportunities for the group in one or two other countries.

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