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BELECTRIC builds solar project in India

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BELECTRIC, a German based company, is further increasing its footprint in India’s ever-growing solar industry by completing a solar project on behalf of Fortum Solar India Private Limited.

The project includes five sites in a solar park in Karnataka, totalling 250 MW-AC. BELECTRIC carried out the construction and commissioning works and will provide operation and maintenance services (O&M) to the plant. A corresponding long-term O&M agreement was signed in 2018 by BELECTRIC and Fortum.

BELECTRIC Photovoltaic India Pvt. Ltd. is one of the established EPCs in India. Since 2009 the company has been involved in solar projects in India with an installed capacity of more than 750 MWp. With further projects under development, BELECTRIC is likely to break through the 1 GW level of installed capacity in 2020. Some of the Indian projects were realised with the Wiring Harness System and the new PEG substructure solution provided by BELECTRIC’s subsidiary, Jurchen Technology, which has a manufacturing unit in India. BELECTRIC is steadily growing its team in India in preparation for new projects in the future, also benefitting from the extensive solar experience and track record of its parent company in Europe.

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