Waaree Energies to Power Single-Location Solar Projects in Bikaner with 445 MW Supply of Bifacial Modules

India’s largest solar PV module manufacturer, Waaree Energies, partners with Statkraft India to supply 445 MW of dual glass bifacial modules for single-location solar projects in Rajasthan, supporting the nation’s renewable energy goals.

Waaree Energies Limited, homegrown manufacturer of solar PV modules, is set to illuminate single-location solar projects in Bikaner, Rajasthan. The company will supply 445 MW of its high-efficiency 540/545Wp dual glass bifacial modules, with deliveries scheduled between May and August 2024. This initiative underscores Waaree Energies’ commitment to revolutionizing India’s renewable energy landscape and supporting the nation’s transition towards net zero goals.

With an impressive installed capacity of 12 GW as of June 30, 2023, according to a CRISIL report, Waaree Energies continues to lead in the solar energy sector. Mr. Hitesh Doshi, Chairman & Managing Director of Waaree Energies Limited, articulated the significance of this project, stating, “This partnership with Statkraft India represents a pivotal step in our collective mission to contribute in India’s renewable energy transformation. By harnessing the power of solar energy and leveraging our technology, we are not only illuminating households but also striving to contribute towards economic growth and generating employment opportunities in the region.”

The deployment of Waaree’s bifacial solar modules is expected to significantly enhance the region’s renewable energy capacity. This initiative is anticipated to contribute towards reducing carbon emissions and promoting environmental sustainability. As India progresses towards its renewable energy targets, such projects are essential in realizing the nation’s vision of a greener future.

By advancing domestic manufacturing, empowering communities, and aiding in the sustainable transformation of India’s energy sector, Waaree Energies is playing a crucial role in meeting the country’s growing power demand and supporting its environmental objectives.