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Rays Power commissions 31.5 MW solar photovoltaic project in Punjab

According to reports, engineering firm Rays Power Infra today said it has commissioned 31.5 MW solar photovoltaic project of Mumbai-based Pan India Infra Projects in Punjab.

“Rays Power commissioned 31.5 MW utility scale photovoltaic solar power project in Punjab, which was developed in two phases of 21 MW at Lakhmirwala and 10.5 MW at Barre, in Mansa districts,” a statement issued here stated.

With this project, Rays Power’s commissioned project portfolio has reached 99 MW in the solar sector alone.

This project is expected to generate around five crore units of electricity annually and supply clean energy to power more than 10,000 homes.

“We have undertaken the designing, engineering, procurement, erection and commissioning of the entire project in a span of less than 100 days. The project intends to set a new benchmark by contributing towards the reduction of 50,000 tonnes of carbon emissions, every year,” its Director Pawan Sharma said.

He further said with the strong order book of more than 150 MW for this financial year, the company is are eyeing a growth at a rate of 400 per cent this year and thereby contributing significantly to the ambitious target of 100 GW set by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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