Amplus bags 150MW open access solar projects in Haryana, to invest Rs. 750 crores in Haryana


New Delhi :  Leading Asian distributed solar power company Amplus Solar has bagged the government approval for 2 projects totaling 150 MW for supply of solar energy under open access route to industries in Haryana. Amplus expects to make a capital investment of 750 crores for these projects.

The company had signed an MoU with Department of Renewable Energy, Govt for Haryana, in 2016 to invest Rs. 1,000 crore in solar sector in line with the Haryana Solar Policy that has a target of 3200 MW solar projects.

The Gurgaon-headquartered Amplus will set up these projects under group captive model in Sirsa and Bhiwani districts where it has already acquired 575 acres of land undera long-term lease. Construction of the plant is expected to begin soon and will be operational this year.

“We essentially are creating a clean technology based ecosystem to support the local population for a better livelihood for current as well as future generation.” said Sanjeev Aggarwal, CEO & MD, Amplus Solar.

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