Vikram Solar Commissions Rooftop Solar Plant For IOCL
Vikram Solar Limited, one of the top tier solar modules manufacturer and a renowned EPC solutions provider, has successfully installed a 100 kWp (50 kWp x 2) Rooftop Solar PV system at two sites in Bikaner and Jhunjhunu for the Indian Oil Corporation Limited offices in Rajasthan. The cumulative annual energy generation capacity of the two solar installations is 120000 kWh.
A spokesperson at IOCL, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan– shared, “We are glad to join the renewable energy race, partnering with Vikram Solar. Our 100 kWp solar plant was powered on and although we are yet to analyse the output, we are happy to have made the stride in contributing to the Indian solar growth. Vikram Solar has done an exceptional job in installing and commissioning the system ensuring to high-quality standards and above industry standard services”
Vikram Solar has a prestigious 60 MW (Commissioned + Under execution) Rooftop EPC portfolio comprising of government clients such as ISRO, IOCL, SBI, WBSEDCL, and AAI; whereas Private Sector solar enthusiasts from SL Group, IMFA, Century Ply, KBL, and Anmol Biscuits, among many others have further strengthened our resolve. India’s first Floating Solar Plant, done by Vikram Solar in Kolkata, also resonates our commitment towards innovation and social commitment.
Ms Neha Agrawal, Head-Corporate Strategy, Vikram Solar, shared on the occasion, “Focusing on quality, performance, and latest technology use, we have successfully satisfied the most conservative circle of clients in India and abroad. Our recent win in delivering a 100 kWp (50 kWp x 2) Rooftop Solar PV system to Indian Oil Corporation Limited testifies our resolve and complements our proven track record.”
She also added “We used ABB String Inverter (50kVA), imported from Germany, for this project, and faced logistical challenges as the installation site was on the outskirts of the city. The system, not only provides financial benefits but also environmental benefits in the form of Carbon Dioxide offset of 120 metric tonnes annually. We congratulate Indian Oil Corporation Ltd for joining the Indian solar revolution and thank them for helping us in our commitment of supporting the Indian solar dream.”