It has secured an EPC contract worth Rs 100.2 crore from a steel company for construction of a 29 MW captive open access solar power plant in Karnataka
Oriana Power Ltd on Monday announced securing two fresh orders totalling Rs 134.6 crore to set up solar capacities in Karnataka and Rajasthan.
It has secured an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contract worth Rs 100.2 crore from a steel company for construction of a 29 MW captive open access solar power plant in Karnataka, Oriana said in a statement.
"With a projected completion date of five months, the company will oversee the project's life cycle, including design, engineering, supply, and installation," the statement said.
The second order worth Rs 34.4 crore is for setting up a 7 MW DC solar plant in Rajasthan, the renewable energy company said adding the project was awarded by a cement player in last week of August. The company would be responsible for supply of the auxiliary panel with metering and supply and laying of cables.
Oriana Power is one of India’s leading solar energy solution providers that finances, constructs and operates solar projects for its industrial and commercial customers.