Rays Experts To Commission 3 GW Solar Park

Indian Solar Developer To Launch Country’s ‘1st’ 100% Privately Owned Ultra Mega Solar Park

Rays Experts To Commission 3 GW Solar Park

In India, mostly all solar parks are either fully or partly owned by the government, according to Rays Experts that now claims to be ready to launch what it terms as the country’s 1st and 100% private owned Ultra Mega Solar Park. (Illustrative Photo; Photo Credit: abriendomundo/Shutterstock.com)

  • Rays Experts says it is getting ready to open an Ultra Mega Solar Park with 3 GW capacity in India’s Rajasthan
  • The Bikaner located park has all the requisite transmission agreements and approvals
  • It is spread in some 9,000 acres of land and is fully connected to the central transmission system

Indian solar developer Rays Experts says it is set to launch the 1st and 100% privately-owned Ultra Mega Solar Park with 3 GW capacity in India’s Rajasthan and open it up for other companies to set up their projects here.

In a statement issued and reported by local media, the company said its park will be spread across 9,000 acres of land in Bikaner district and is in receipt of all required transmission agreements and approvals. It is fully connected to the central transmission system.

So far, the country has solar parks that are either fully or partly owned by the government. “This is the 1st and only 100% privately-owned Ultra Mega Solar Park in the country connected to the central transmission system,” stated the company. “Our solar park is a major factor in risk reduction for solar developers. They will not have to face the surprises after winning the project as the land, transmission line will already be in control at the time of bidding.”

Rays touts a 2 GW solar park capacity under its portfolio including Kolayat Solar Park, Gajner Solar Park, Siwani Solar Park and Mandsaur Solar Park.

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