President and CEO George Galvan announced that Global US Solar will be utilizing the services of Techno Renewable Energy Systems and it’s main partner K Ganesh Rama Rao in it’s India trading.
“We are very happy to announce that K Ganesh Rama Rao will be representing our company for the solar energy market in India. We are looking forward to offer solar modules as well as financing of solar projects worldwide if feasible” Galvan stated.
K Ganesh Rama Rao has vast experience in the renewable energy sector. He is recognized and accepted as an independent technical consultant in India for Renewable Energy projects from 1 Mw to 100 MW and above. Rao is recognized by major experienced organizations such as KVK Energy , Hyderabad, India, and IDOM (Spain) for CSP projects in India, providing turnkey systems and plant solutions to PV ,CSP and CPV technology. Rao also has expertise in India for power generation project customers to insure they meet the required guidelines with MNRE, IREDA, suitable platforms for NVVN grid connectivity PPA, utility power generation customers in India.
Global US Solar is excited to launch into another new country and working with Rao. “We have had great success working with other countries such as China, Africa, Australia, USA and recently are working throughout Europe with sales agents worldwide” stated Kevin Frost, Vice President, Global US Solar.
With many projects in India now focusing on utilizing more renewable energy and incentives being offered, it only makes sense for companies such as Global US Solar to assist in offering quality products for lower prices to these areas. Global US Solar has obtained lower prices from manufacturers in order to offer India a high efficiency solar module at a lower price than what they can offer to Europe.
“It is the same exact solar module that is being offered in Europe but for a much lower price. We have obtained a great working relationship with several manufacturers so we can pass the savings on to the end user. It is a Win – Win for all parties.” states Galvan.