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AEG achieves stellar performance for solar installations across India | Asia Pacific

AEG achieves stellar performance for solar installations across India

AEG Power Solutions today announced that 40 MW have been installed since the beginning of ope ations in Ind ia and that 34 MW have been booked since January 2012 when 33.5 MW had been awarded for the year 2011. The orders consisted of complete electrical systems, including inverters, monitoring and measurement equipment, to equip solar plants throughout India, mostly in the state of Gujarat.

The completed projects include several within the renowned Gujarat 500 MW Sola r Park. The state?s long-term power purchase program involves agreements with 80 project developer s, to commission almost 1,000 MW of solar generation capacity by the end of 2013.The AEG Power Solutions 1 MW solar plant supplied to EI Technology was the first project commissioned at the 500 MW Gujarat Solar Park. ?We were aiming to be the first developer to commission a plant in the Gujar at Park and felt confident that AEG Power Solutions? expertise would help us do so,? said Mr. N.Ra nganath, Chairman & Managing Director, EI Technologies. ?We selected AEG Power Solutions over a dozen competitors because of their straightforward, honest approach. They lived up to the faith we bes towed on them, commissioning our plant well before the deadline.?
?We were very impressed with AEG?s technology presentation,? added Mr. Suchind ra Dikshit, EI Technologies Project Coordinator. ?The successful installations in Gujarat demonstrrate the reactivity and efficiency of our team and show that we are strengthening our market position, ? said Sridhar Murthy, AEG Power Solutions Managing Director in India.
All told, 11 MW of AEG Power Solutions installations in India had been commission ed by year-end. What is more, the various installations were built to multiple grid evacuation voltag es -- 11, 33, and 66KV.
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Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2012-04-20