New Delhi, October 12 (PTI) Solar rooftop company MYSUN bagged 140 megawatt (MW) open access solar power projects from Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corp Ltd (UPPTCL), according to a statement of the society.
âMYSUN, the leading distributed solar company in India, has been awarded 140 MW solar projects in captive / open access mode by Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Ltd (UPPTCL),â the company said in a statement. communicated.
The allocation process saw the active participation of most of the major solar developers from across the country, the company added.
It will promote the use of solar energy in Uttar Pradesh for large industries and businesses.
The last round of award saw connectivity approvals granted for the central, western and eastern parts of the UP. Overall, approximately 1.5 gigawatt (GW) of grid substation capacity has been assigned. MYSUN will develop these projects in several districts, mainly in parts of western Uttar Pradesh.
MYSUN Founder and CEO Gagan Vermani said in the statement, âThe allocation of this 140 MW is a commitment on our part to provide clean, reliable and affordable solar power to large energy consumers such as industries. , data centers, business parks and manufacturers in Uttar Pradesh. .. “
As part of its recently launched MYSUN + asset vehicle, the company is expanding its presence in states including Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and the national capital region.
The company is already in the early development phase of more than 220 MW of projects under the captive / open access mechanisms. PTI KKS HRS