Premier Energies Signs Solar Module Deal
POWER & RENEWABLE ENERGY

Premier Energies Signs Solar Module Deal

Premier Energies, a leading manufacturer of solar cells and modules, announced a significant milestone with the signing of a 350-MW module supply agreement alongside its subsidiaries ? Premier Energies International and Premier Energies Photovoltaic ? with Apraava Energy. This collaboration, aimed at advancing renewable energy projects in India, underscores a pivotal step towards achieving the country's ambitious clean energy targets.

According to an official press release, Premier Energies International will supply solar modules for Apraava Energy's upcoming solar project in Rajasthan. Chiranjeev Singh Saluja, managing director of Premier Energies, emphasized the critical role of these modules in enhancing efficiency and output for Apraava Energy's initiatives in the region.

?We believe that the module supply for this project will play a crucial role in enhancing the efficiency and output of Apraava Energy's initiatives in Rajasthan, contributing to India's broader clean energy vision,? said Chiranjeev Singh Saluja.

Premier Energies boasts an impressive annual installed capacity of 2 gigawatts for solar cells and 3.36 gigawatts for solar modules as of March 31, 2024, further solidifying its position in the renewable energy sector.

Naveen Munjal, director of business development and commercial at Apraava Energy, expressed satisfaction with the partnership, highlighting its significance in reinforcing India's renewable energy ecosystem. ?We are happy to partner with Premier Energies for procuring high-efficiency solar modules for our latest greenfield solar project in Rajasthan,? Munjal stated. He emphasized their commitment to utilizing domestically manufactured modules and their role in setting up a utility-scale solar plant crucial for achieving national renewable energy targets.

The collaboration between Premier Energies and Apraava Energy not only marks a strategic business alliance but also signifies a concerted effort towards sustainable energy development in India. This initiative is expected to pave the way for future advancements in the renewable energy sector, contributing significantly to India's energy transition towards cleaner sources.

Premier Energies, a leading manufacturer of solar cells and modules, announced a significant milestone with the signing of a 350-MW module supply agreement alongside its subsidiaries ? Premier Energies International and Premier Energies Photovoltaic ? with Apraava Energy. This collaboration, aimed at advancing renewable energy projects in India, underscores a pivotal step towards achieving the country's ambitious clean energy targets. According to an official press release, Premier Energies International will supply solar modules for Apraava Energy's upcoming solar project in Rajasthan. Chiranjeev Singh Saluja, managing director of Premier Energies, emphasized the critical role of these modules in enhancing efficiency and output for Apraava Energy's initiatives in the region. ?We believe that the module supply for this project will play a crucial role in enhancing the efficiency and output of Apraava Energy's initiatives in Rajasthan, contributing to India's broader clean energy vision,? said Chiranjeev Singh Saluja. Premier Energies boasts an impressive annual installed capacity of 2 gigawatts for solar cells and 3.36 gigawatts for solar modules as of March 31, 2024, further solidifying its position in the renewable energy sector. Naveen Munjal, director of business development and commercial at Apraava Energy, expressed satisfaction with the partnership, highlighting its significance in reinforcing India's renewable energy ecosystem. ?We are happy to partner with Premier Energies for procuring high-efficiency solar modules for our latest greenfield solar project in Rajasthan,? Munjal stated. He emphasized their commitment to utilizing domestically manufactured modules and their role in setting up a utility-scale solar plant crucial for achieving national renewable energy targets. The collaboration between Premier Energies and Apraava Energy not only marks a strategic business alliance but also signifies a concerted effort towards sustainable energy development in India. This initiative is expected to pave the way for future advancements in the renewable energy sector, contributing significantly to India's energy transition towards cleaner sources.

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