July 29 (Renewables Now) – Indian solar module manufacturer WAAREE Energies Ltd has completed deliveries of over 300 MW of mono PERC photovoltaic (PV) modules for a solar project in California.
The Indian company announced Tuesday that the equipment will be used on the 250 MW Aquamarine Project, the first phase of the massive 2.7 GW Westlands Solar Farm (WSP) in the San Joaquin Valley. The project belongs to the real estate and infrastructure company CIM Group.
WAAREE Energies delivered 385Wp and 390Wp Mono PERC modules for the Aquamarine Park. It was suggested that the panels are made of dark, non-reflective materials to reduce the potential for glare and glare.
The solar park should go into operation in autumn. It has a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Silicon Valley Power, Santa Clara City's electrical utility, for the sale of Renewable Energy Credits (REC) of 75 MW or more of capacity. Regardless of this, the locally managed electricity provider Valley Clean Energy Alliance will buy electricity from 50 MW of capacity.
According to a statement, WAAREE has so far delivered over 3 GW of solar modules worldwide. The company also announced that it will “shortly” open a local office in California.