Gautam Solar Supplies 70 MW of High-Efficiency Solar Panels for Government Projects

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According to Gautam Mohanka, India aims to increase its renewable energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030

Gautam Solar, one of the leading players in solar manufacturing, has supplied 70 MW of state-of-the-art, high-efficiency solar panels for government projects in North India. The panels were supplied over four months for Solar PV Systems in Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. As India aims to increase its renewable energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030 and reduce its carbon emissions, Gautam Solar’s solar panels provide a clean and renewable source of energy to meet the country’s energy needs while reducing its dependence on fossil fuels.

Solar manufacturer Gautam Solar has supplied 70 MW of high-efficiency solar panels for government projects in North India, as part of the country’s push to revamp its energy landscape. The indigenous “Made in India” DCR Modules are ALMM and BIS-approved and were supplied over four months for Solar PV Systems in Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. Gautam Solar’s 545 Wp 10BB Mono Solar Modules feature bigger M10 cells, multi-busbar technology, round ribbon connectors, bifacial PERC technology, non-destructive laser-based cell cutting, and half-cut cell technology.

Gautam Mohanka, Managing Director of Gautam Solar Private Limited, stated that solar power has become increasingly relevant in India due to the rising demand for energy and the country’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions and achieving Net Zero by 2070. The company’s solar panels will annually save between 54,569 to 79,372 metric tons of CO2, making solar power an essential clean and renewable source of energy that can help meet the country’s energy needs and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.

“India aims to increase its renewable energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030, with the objective of making renewable energy comprise 50% of the energy mix”, said Gautam Mohanka. According to Gautam Mohanka, the company has made significant contributions to the growth of solar power in India, establishing itself as a key player in the solar industry. The company has built a reputation for producing a diverse range of high-quality solar modules that are well-suited for various solar power plants across India.

Gautam Solar’s solar panels will save between 54,569 to 79,372 metric tons of CO2 annually, providing clean and renewable energy to meet the country’s energy needs and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. The company has contributed significantly to the growth of solar power in India, producing high-quality solar modules suitable for all types of solar power plants in the country.

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