Waaree Bags a 5.75 MW Thin Film Solar PV Plant, EPC Order from Shree Saibaba Sugar Factory – Latur, Maharashtra, India

Waaree Energies Pvt Ltd, operating in the field of Manufacturing Solar PV Modules, Design Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Operation & Maintenance of Solar PV Power Plants, has bagged a Turnkey project order of 5.75 MW Thin film Solar PV Power Plant for Shree Saibaba Sugar Factory, Latur, Maharashtra, India.

Quoting Mr. Adinath Sangwe, Technical Director of Shree Saibaba Sugar Factory “We are very happy to award this order to Waaree Energies Pvt Ltd. The experience of Waaree Energies with regards to in-time execution of MW Solar PV projects has given us immense confidence in them. This Power plant will be one of its kind in Maharashtra. And will provide much needed momentum for grid based solar power in Maharashtra. This is the first step in Maharashtra towards Solar Power.”

“We are delighted to develop this important project for Shree Saibaba Sugar Factory. It is the first MW scale Thin-film Solar Power Project to be built in Maharashtra and it is our honour and represents an important milestone for us. Apart from EPC & EPCM services we assure our customers of very high quality of work overall.” Said Mr. Hitesh Doshi, Chairman of Waaree Group.

About Ritesh Pothan

Ritesh Pothan, is an accomplished speaker and visionary in the Solar Energy space in India. Ritesh is from an Engineering Background with a Master’s Degree in Technology and had spent more than a decade as the Infrastructure Head for a public limited company with the last 9 years dedicated to Solar and Renewable Energy. He also runs the 2 largest India focused renewable energy groups on LinkedIn - Solar - India and Renewables - India
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