The new energy transition platform, Jakson Green, has bagged an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) order for the Amplus Solar project. The firm is backed by the India-headquartered, leading Diesel generator and energy company, Jakson Group.
As per the contract, it will deliver a state-of-the-art solar plant at Bikaner in Rajasthan, India, on a turnkey EPC basis for Amplus Solar. The solar plant project will make use of nearly 3,000 single-axis trackers. Additionally, it will make use of over 224,448 monocrystalline bifacial solar modules, rated 540 Wp.
Thereafter, and upon development construction, the facility will span as wide as 386 football fields, similar to the size of Lusail stadium.
Expectations for the Amplus Solar facility
The Amplus solar power plant is projected to offset about 3.1 million tons of carbon dioxide, per year. An offset, equivalent to the removal of 558,100 fuel-engine cars, right off the road. On a long-term basis, the facility will supply power to major, leading industrial as well as commercial customers. Consequently, it will propel and fuel the trend of the overall corporates push, into adopting green energy within the region.
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While commenting about the project, the CEO of Amplus Solar said that the project strives for timely delivery. Additionally, Sharad Pungalia assured that the project commits to adhering to the best HSE practices. The CEO, Managing Director, and Founding Promoter of Jakson Green also spoke about the project. Bikesh Ogra revealed that the project is a part of the company’s focus on delivering large-scale renewable energy projects.
Across a total number of 26 countries, Bikesh Ogra noted, the team has successfully delivered well over 10GW of Green energy assets. Therefore, it is an honor to work with Amplus Solar for the delivery of yet another significant large-scale renewable energy project and facility.