Vikram Solar Wins 393.9 MWp Module Supply Order for NLC India’s Khavda Solar Project

This landmark order brings Vikram Solar's total PV module supply contract to the Khavda Solar Park to over 1 GW underscoring our role in advancing the region's renewable energy infrastructure.

Vikram Solar Wins 393.9 MWp Module Supply Order for NLC India’s Khavda Solar Project

Vikram Solar, one of the leading Indian Solar Module manufacturers in India is excited to announce a significant milestone of securing a 393.9 MWp module supply order for NLC India Limited at GSECL’s Solar Park (Stage 2) in Khavda, Gujarat.

This landmark order brings Vikram Solar's total PV module supply contract to the Khavda Solar Park to over 1 GW underscoring our role in advancing the region's renewable energy infrastructure.

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We aim to fulfil the 393.9 mw order with ALMM listed 580 Wp and n-Topcon bifacial modules produced at the state of art manufacturing facilities and meeting stringent internal quality standards & also the rigorous ALMM standards.

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Mr. Gyanesh Chaudhary, Chairman & Managing Director, Vikram Solar shared, "We are thrilled to share another milestone for Vikram Solar, having secured a significant order for high-efficiency solar modules from NLC India Limited. This purchase order not only signifies NLC’s deep trust in our expertise but also affirms our steadfast commitment to excellence. Vikram Solar is proud to be involved in India’s unparalleled decarbonization initiative. As the nation charts a course towards a sustainable future, we are committed to architect tomorrow's solutions and propel India to global leadership in sustainability."

We strengthen our position in the domestic solar manufacturing industry by contributing to this project and partnering with NLC to further India’s clean energy goals.

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