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KSK Energy Ventures commissions 11.6MW Solar Project in Rajasthan, India

KSK Energy Ventures, today announced the commissioning of an 11.6MW solar photovoltaic project.

The project is under India’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission and is one of the largest solar power plants in Rajasthan, India.

U.S. Export-Import Bank will provide $9 million of debt financing for the project, marking the second MiaSole project in India that the U.S. Export-Import Bank has supported.  “This project financing facilitates exports from MiaSole’s California manufacturing center, will boost California’s economy and help to create hundreds of local jobs,” said U.S. Export-Import Bank Chairman Hochberg.

The KSK project highlights MiaSole’s ability to scale solar technology at a price that is attractive for both solar developers and utilities and underscores the company’s position as the leading supplier of high-efficiency CIGS modules and solar solutions in India.   Over the past year, MiaSole has completed projects in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, making MiaSole one of India’s leading providers of solar energy.

“We are pleased to partner with MiaSole to deliver clean energy to our customers and drive continued growth for us in this market,” said Anil Kumar Kutty, Director of KSK. “MiaSole CIGS solar panels have proven to deliver the best solution for our project and are a compelling solution for the India market.”

“India represents a tremendous opportunity for renewable energy, and we are pleased to partner with a leading company like KSK in its efforts to deliver clean energy resources in Rajasthan,” said John Carrington, CEO of MiaSole. “In 2013, we will expand our global footprint and our business model to invest in projects, acquire project pipeline and partner with leading developers and EPC companies in sustainable markets like India.  Ex-Im Bank’s support of MiaSole’s technology lowers the cost of project financing, and will expand the deployment of our California-made solar modules in projects globally.”

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