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Meeco to carry out technical review for Indian Welspun Group in 50 MW solar project | Asia Pacific

Meeco to carry out technical review for Indian Welspun Group in 50 MW solar project

As a leader in PV-based clean energy, The meeco Group has provided clients with clean energy advisory services and turnkey technology solutions and it now announces its involvement in a 50 MW solar project in Rajasthan, India.

After several rounds of discussions between Welspun Solar, India and The meeco Group on the addition of value by the Swiss group in Welspun PV solar projects in India, The meeco Group was appointed as ?Engineering and Pre-Operational Technical Consultant? for the upcoming 50 MW PV solar project in Rajasthan, India. The meeco Group and its Indian subsidiary, meeco India Pvt. Ltd., will be involved in the project. As per the agreement signed between both parties, it is foreseen that The meeco Group will actively lead a thorough analysis of the areas where value can be added including:
? Review of DC basic engineering
? Review and optimization of plant layout
? Review and optimization of civil and structural basic engineering

?The scope of the proposal and agreement is to provide technical consultancy via an in-depth project innovation process. This latter consists in focussing on critical project areas which result in technical upgradation, cost savings and reduction in the commissioning time?, explains Tarun Munjal, Country Director of The meeco Group in India and Managing Director of meeco India.

Welspun Energy Ltd. is part of the renowned Welspun Group, which ranks amongst India?s fastest emerging conglomerates with its 2009-10 Annual Revenue at USD 3 Billions. The Welspun Group has diversified business interests with a major presence in the several business lines such as power generation, exploration and production of oil and natural gas, steel pipes, home textiles, retail and infrastructure.
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Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2012-03-30