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Premier Energies Photovoltaic Ltd secures export order from Amara Raja Infra for Bangladesh project
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Premier Energies Photovoltaic Ltd secures export order from Amara Raja Infra for Bangladesh project

| @indiablooms | 17 Apr 2024, 11:34 pm

Kolkata: Premier Energies Photovoltaic Private Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of integrated solar cell and solar module manufacturer Premier Energies Limited (PEL) has secured a 140 megawatt (MW) Solar PV Modules supply export order from Amara Raja Infra Private Limited for an EPC project in Bangladesh.

The supply is expected to be completed by April 2025.

Premier Energies Solar PV Modules employ the latest technology to deliver power and efficiency, the Hyderabad-based company said.

Chiranjeev Saluja, Managing Director of Premier Energies Ltd., said, “We are thrilled to announce this significant milestone for Premier Energies group. It is a testament to the quality, performance, and reliability of our solar PV modules. The transition to cleaner, brighter future is accelerating, and we are excited to be a driving force of this journey.”

Sudhir Reddy, Chief Strategy Officer and Director, Premier Solar Powertech Pvt. Ltd. (also a wholly owned subsidiary of PEL), commented, “This new order further highlights the increasing global demand for sustainable energy alternatives. We take immense pride in contributing to India’s role in advancing the renewable energy sector.”

PEL, along with its subsidiaries, has an annual installed capacity of 2 GW solar cells and 3.36 GW solar modules, with 1 GW solar cell capacity and 1 GW solar module capacity under construction.

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