According to reports, India-based Emmvee Photovoltaic Power Pvt Ltd has commissioned two 100 KWp solar photovoltaic (PV) off-grid plants at Kandla Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Kutch, Gujarat.
Emmvee plant is the latest addition to Gujarat’s solar plant line-up and in the coming years, the region will see more investment from manufacturers due to the state government’s positive encouragement towards solar energy.
The company has also installed around 1,000, 24-watt LED-based solar powered street lighting systems for National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC) at the SEZ area.The project has been set-up under the civil infrastructure for the power sector. The Off-grid solar PV plants have been installed on the roof of the administration buildings of the SEZ area. The electricity generated will be used for lighting, running computers at the buildings.
The 24-Watt LED-based solar PV powered stand-alone street lights are installed in the campus of the SEZ. “Emmvee has always proven its versatile expertise whether it is MW scale projects or off-grid systems. The project is a good initiative by NBCC and it was an honour to associate with them”, D V Manjunatha, founder and managing director, Emmvee Group was quoted saying.