Indian Photovoltaic manufacturer Saatvik Solar has supplied 62 Megawatt solar modules to NTPC’s 100 Megawatt floating solar project in Ramagundam, Telangana.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) built the project on a water reservoir at the NTPC Ramagundam Thermal Power Plant. Saatvik said it supplied high-efficiency PV modules with advanced technology for this project.
The entire project at Ramagundam has been engineered with superior Eco-Friendly technologies and features to prioritize environmental safety. Spread across 500 acres of the reservoir the entire EPC engineered by BHEL was executed into 40 blocks each having a power generation capacity up to 2.5 Megawatt on one floating platform with an array of 11200 solar modules. With the execution of the Ramagundam floating solar project state can save coal consumption up to 165000 Tons.
Furthermore, Saatvik intends to engage in forthcoming bidding auctions and tendering for providing required modules as well as executing landmark projects, as the business intends to enter directly as an EPC project executer.