Views: 96 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2020-09-11 Origin: Site
Shanghai – Sept 11th, 2020. ZNShine Solar will supply 214MW of double glass with frame solar modules to Ayana Renewable Power for the installation of a new PV plant in Anantapur district, Andhra Pradesh, India.
The collaboration, reached in the middle of 2020, is another strategic step for ZNShine Solar to offer the Indian Solar market high quality and maximum value in solar module products.
Ayana Renewable Power has been set up to develop significant megawatts (MWs) of renewable energy generation capacities in India. By 2022 they aim to add at least two thousand megawatts of renewable power in countries such as India.
ZNShine Solar is a BNEF Tier1 module manufacturer with over 32 years of manufacturing excellence and 5 GW module production capacity. In 2018 ranked as Top 1 solar module supplier to the Indian market.
“This is another important step that will allow us to meet the objective of ensuring a transition to low carbon power generation and contributing towards the development of communities near locations where its power projects will be set up,” said Shivanand Nimbargi, MD & CEO of Ayana.
“We are particularly pleased that Ayana Renewable Power has chosen ZNShine Solar’s solar technology for this project. Today we have a very strong team of sales and service to support our local customers. This order is a result of our high-quality products and the great support we provide in India. We have strong ambitions in the Indian solar market” stated Bharat Kumar Makkaparti, India Regional Sales Director of ZNShine Solar.
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