ReNew Power and Hareon Solar JV Commissions 72 MW Solar Project in Andhra Pradesh
A joint venture between ReNew Power, India’s leading clean energy company, and Hareon Solar, one of China’s largest solar energy companies, has commissioned a 72 MW project in Andhra Pradesh.
The project, located across two districts of Andhra Pradesh – Kurnool and Prakasam – is expected to generate 115 million units of energy per year and is connected to 132/33kV Adoni substation and 132/33kV Cumbum substations, respectively.
The power generated from this project will be sold under a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with APSPDCL. The project was built using Hareon Solar’s high efficiency multi-crystalline silicon solar modules.
Renew Energy has been driving useful energy saving initiatives all over the country. Spread across Madhya Pradesh, Andhra and Telangana, Renew aspires to come up with more and more solar alternatives. Their solar ground mounted division started its journey way back in 2013, with an aim to replicate the success achieved in the wind sector. In a very short span of time, they were able to build a sizable solar asset base and form a super dynamic team of industry experts and professionals from the techno commercial space.