Jakson bags 121-MW Bikaner project from Amplus Solar
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Jakson bags 121-MW Bikaner project from Amplus Solar

The Jakson Group has obtained a 121 MW solar project from Amplus Solar in Bikaner, Rajasthan. The green power capacity will be constructed on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) mode, the company said without disclosing financial details.

According to industry estimates, to set up every 1 MW of solar capacity, an investment of around Rs 45 million is required.

In a statement, Jakson Group said group company Jakson Green “has bagged a solar EPC order from Amplus Solar. Jakson Green will deliver the solar power project in Bikaner within 8.5 months of initiation.”

When completed, the project is expected to offset over 3.1 million tonne of carbon dioxide a year, which is equivalent to taking 5,58,100 fuel-engine cars off the road.

The project is slated to supply power to leading commercial and industrial customers on a long-term basis.

See also:
Tata Projects inks MoU with CSIR-IIP for green power
R’sthan emerges as India’s solar hub with 10 GW capacity


The Jakson Group has obtained a 121 MW solar project from Amplus Solar in Bikaner, Rajasthan. The green power capacity will be constructed on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) mode, the company said without disclosing financial details. According to industry estimates, to set up every 1 MW of solar capacity, an investment of around Rs 45 million is required. In a statement, Jakson Group said group company Jakson Green “has bagged a solar EPC order from Amplus Solar. Jakson Green will deliver the solar power project in Bikaner within 8.5 months of initiation.” When completed, the project is expected to offset over 3.1 million tonne of carbon dioxide a year, which is equivalent to taking 5,58,100 fuel-engine cars off the road. The project is slated to supply power to leading commercial and industrial customers on a long-term basis. See also: Tata Projects inks MoU with CSIR-IIP for green powerR’sthan emerges as India’s solar hub with 10 GW capacity

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