The order bagged would include two 5 MW photovoltaic (PV) solar power plants and one 1 MW photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant, to be completed in October this year. The plants created would be designed to have annual capacity of up to17.6 Gigawatt-hours of electricity, to save around 12500 MTs of CO2 emissions per year. The designed equipment would be working towards minimizing the power losses and maximizing efficiency.
Commenting upon the development, Priteesh Mahajan, Senior Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and Head of ABB India's industry sector initiatives, said, "Our pre-assembled, factory-tested electrical balance-of-plant modules combined with our domain expertise and proven track records in project execution enable us to deliver an optimized solution in a short span of time."
Further, ABB would also be taking care about the design, engineering, manufacturing, installation commissioning of the plants and would supply products like inverters, low-voltage equipment, medium-voltage switchgear, transformers, cables, distributed control systems, remote monitoring systems and auxiliary systems. Further, ABB is under the pressure of delivering the turnkey electrical and control solution within an extremely short time span of sixteen weeks.