Emmvee Photovoltaic power private limited bagged an 11.5 MW solar photovoltaic project from Pragathi Group, Bengaluru

Emmvee Photovoltaic Power Pvt Ltd, leading Solar PV module manufacturer and turnkey solution expert for mega watt scale projects, bags its largest photovoltaic power project of 11.5 MW from Pragathi Group. Emmvee recently completed 20 MW solar park, partially owned by third parties in Hindupur, State of Andhra Pradesh. Emmvee has proven its expertise in providing turn-key solutions for solar photovoltaic projects by successfully accomplishing its 20 MW solar park at Hindupur.

Pragathi Group is a Bengaluru based company which is predominantly into residential property development. The team in Pragathi Group is also engaged in other sectors such as Education, Software Training and Health Care.

Emmvee will be developing this 11.5 MW grid-connected solar photovoltaic project in the state of Andhra Pradesh, under open access system. The scope of project includes designing, engineering, manufacturing of modules, procurement of components, supply, erection, testing and commissioning to the grid. Emmvee is also facilitating Pragathi for land acquisition in Andhra Pradesh to develop the project and related liaison work. Emmvee expects the project to be completed by January 2014. Emmvee is also offering operation and maintenance of the power plant for a minimum of 5 years.

Pragathi group work towards delivering top quality development services. To deliver top quality, Pragathi believes in partnering with quality partners. Emmvee has proven its quality and commitment in the past and was an easy choice for the Pragathi to select Emmvee as its partner for solar park development. “Speaking about the project, Mr. Yadalam Hari Kishore says,” Pragathi group is a renewable enthusiast and we are keen to enter this segment by setting up the 11.5 MW solar park. Emmvee is a well known and a committed player in the industry offering quality products, services and solutions. Emmvee was an obvious choice for our debut project”.

Expressing his view on the project, Mr. D V Manjunatha, founder and Managing Director, Emmvee group, says, “This is another mile stone for us. We are extremely happy to partner with Pragathi group for their 11.5 MW solar park development. Our strong team has proven technical and operational skills in the solar park development and operation and maintenance of the park. We hope to successfully deliver the project to Pragathi Group”.

Source: EMMVEE

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