Rays Power Infra and Rajasthan Govt. MoU for 1800 MW Solar Park

Rays Power Infra has signed an MoU with the government of Rajasthan, in the presence of the Honorable Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, to construct a cutting-edge solar power station.

The project, aimed at meeting India’s goal of transitioning from fossil-fuel energy to renewable energy, will generate a total of 1800 MW of power through four projects, with three projects generating 300 MW each and one generating 900 MW.

The massive project, worth an estimated INR 9140 Crore, is set to be the largest solar park in India.

Pawan Sharma, Director- Rays Power Infra said, “.Rays Power Infra was established with the goal of promoting cleaner, greener, and better environmental circumstances. We have created best-in-class solar projects in India and overseas, based on rigorous research and development, testing, and commissioning. We are overjoyed that the Rajasthan government has opted to support our vision and has signed a deal to create an 1800 MW solar park in the presence of the state’s chief minister, Shri Ashok Gehlot. This MoU is an instrumental step towards eco-friendly tomorrow, and we are pleased to be a part of this initiative.”