Sterling & Wilson To Enter Kazakhstan For Solar Projects

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Sterling and Wilson, World’s leading solar EPC company, has announced its plans to enter Kazakhstan. The company is targeting EPC for Solar PV projects of capacity 200 MW in Kazakhstan till 2020.

The country is expected to receive bids for 180 MW of Solar PV in the month of October. This is part of the series of tenders announced by Kazakhstan government in the beginning of the year.

Though Kazakhstan has huge oil reserves, growing energy consumption is one of the drivers behind the growth of renewable energy.

Sterling and Wilson, today, is actively present in Asian continent outside India, with over 50 MWp of solar PV plants operational in Philippines powering more than 30,000 homes, and another 60 MWp project is in commissioning phase in Bangladesh.

It is currently constructing 1177 MWp of Solar PV plant in Abu Dhabi which is the world’s largest single location Solar PV plant till date.

Sterling and Wilson has a subsidiary company in Kazakhstan with category I license. The local company would be responsible for execution of Solar PV projects.

 

 

 

 

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