Giriraj Enterprises – a project case study

We are pleased to announce a new addition to our portfolio of publications – BRIDGE TO INDIA “SOLAR CASE STUDY”. This is an effort to bring a greater degree of depth and transparency to the solar market in India.

In our first case study, we looked at 36 MWp project in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The project was developed by Giriraj Enterprises and the EPC was done by Sterling and Wilson. The case study provides an overview of the project, the site, the technology selection, timelines and the key challenges faced by the EPC contractor in working in the desert like condition at the project site.


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