Our Footprint

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Our Growing Footprint in India

 

 

 

Rajasthan:

Operating Projects
BAP: 100 MWac / 120 MWp. COD 2015 
Project under Construction

SECI-III: 300 MWac / 450 MWp. SCOD 2021
Project under Development

900 MWac / 1350 MWp, SCOD 2022
 

Madhya Pradesh:

Operating Projects
Semli: 12 MWac / 15 MWp. COD 2017

 

 

 

Uttarakhand:

Operating Projects
UTT-1: 30 MWac / 36 MWp. COD 2017 and
UTT-2: 30 MWac / 36 MWp. COD 2017

 

Uttar Pradesh:

Projects under Development
190 MWac / 266 MWp, SCOD 2021


Solar PV Projects In
Operation

Semli
SEMLI – MADHYA PRADESH

15 MWp

Module Technologies: Thin Film

Located in the State of Madhya Pradesh in the Northern part of the country, the solar facility is composed of 1 project and 130,440 solar panels from thin-film technology. This project has signed a 25-year PPA with the Madhya Pradesh Power Management Company Limited (MPPMCL) in 2015, and was financed by local financing institutions

UTT-1
UTT1 – UTTARAKHAND

36 MWp

Module Technologies: Polycrystalline

Located in the State of Uttarakhand in the Northern part of the country, the solar facility is composed of 3 projects and 112,500 solar panels from polycrystalline technology. This project has signed a 25-year PPA with the Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited (UPCL) in 2016, and was financed by local financing institutions.

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UTT2 – UTTARAKHAND

36 MWp

Module Technologies: Polycrystalline

Located in the very vicinity of UTT-1, the solar facility is composed of 4 projects and 112,5200 solar panels from polycrystalline technology. This project has signed a 25-year PPA with the Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited (UPCL) in 2016, and was financed by local financing institutions.

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BAP – RAJASTHAN

120 MWp

Module Technologies: Polycrystalline and Thin-Film

Named after the nearby village where the power plant is situated, Bap is Total Eren and EDF Renewables’ first and largest solar PV power plant in operation in India. Located in the State of Rajasthan in the Northern part of the country, the solar facility is composed of 5 projects and 795,168 solar panels from both thin-film and polycrystalline technologies. This project has signed a 25-year PPA with the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) in 2014, and was initially financed by local and international financing institutions, including International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The project has been refinanced by HDFC in 2020.