The solar power plant is a 12 megawatt (MWDC) photovoltaic power station, commissioned in June 2016.
When India started on the solar mission, many skeptics called the 22GW solar-goal an unachievable dream.They believed fossil fuels could never be replaced.
Today, as India's installed solar capacity exceeds 25GW's, the reality has changed. Solar power is now the least expensive. We stand on the brink of eliminating every polluting fossil-fuel plant in India.
At SolarArise, we've been converting abandoned land into sources of cheap, clean solar power.As we build new plants, our current one continue to improve. We're building a future without fossil fuels, a future where everyone can breathe fresh air.
TONNES P.A. CO2 Saved
The solar power plant is a 67.2 megawatt (MWDC) photovoltaic power station, commissioned in August 2017
The solar power plant is a 40.5 megawatt (MWDC) photovoltaic power station, commissioned in January 2018
The solar power plant is a 27 megawatt (MWDC) photovoltaic power station, commercial operations in Q3 2019.
We are James Abraham, Tanya Singhal and Anil Nayar. With decades of experience at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and KPMG, we bring the best of strategy, technology, and governance to solar. We've been a part of the development of the sector since its early days. At SolarArise, we bring together our technical, financial, and developmental skills to build a portfolio of solar plants that will generate low-risk returns for investors and challenge the dominance of fossil fuels.
Every person has the right to breathe fresh air...
We must each choose clean power over conventional...
We're on the brink of saving the planet for our children...