Sterling and Wilson Solar’s US subsidary arm bags Rs 890 cr order worth of PV Project
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Sterling and Wilson Solar, one of the world’s largest solar EPC solution providers, announced today that it has won a second order worth US$ 121.7 million (INR 890 crore) from an existing client in the Pacific Northwest region of the USA.
The company’s US arm Sterling and Wilson Solar Solutions bagged the order from a leading sustainable energy company for the turn-key execution, operation, and maintenance of the solar project. The project is scheduled to be commissioned by March 2022 and will be managed by a strong team of talented professionals based in the Western USA
Sterling and Wilson Solar Solutions’ latest award follows a US$ 99 million (Rs 747 crore) award for a 194 MW project in the USA. With this, its cumulative orders booked in the country now stand at around US$ 260 million (INR 1,880 crore).
Amit Jain, country head, Sterling and Wilson Solar Solutions, said, “With the renewed commitment by the new administration in renewable energy, that includes rejoining the Paris Climate Accord, investing $2 trillion in clean energy, and fully decarbonizing the power sector by 2035, USA has huge potential. We are confident that as a global solar EPC company with state-of-the-art technology and project execution capabilities, we are well poised to be a significant player in this energy transition.”
Sterling and Wilson Solar has a strong portfolio of more than 10.8 GWp of solar power projects (commissioned and under various construction stages) in various geographies globally. This includes a 1,177 MWp solar plant in Abu Dhabi—the world’s largest single-site solar plant. The company also manages 8.1 GWp of operation and maintenance projects globally.