Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News | 27th July
India’s WAAREE Energies Ltd has completed the production of 300+MW solar modules for Aquamarine, a 250MW solar photovoltaic project that is part of the first phase of Westlands Solar Park (WSP) in San Joaquin Valley, Calif.
WAAREE has provided high efficiency 385Wp, 390Wp Mono PERC Solar PV modules for installation at WSP. Aquamarine is part of the first phase of the WSP, set to be fully operational by fall of 2021.
WSP is one of the largest permitted solar parks in the world, with the capacity to grow more than 2,700MW of renewable power and supply clean energy to more than 1,200,000 homes. The solar arrays are being installed on steel posts at a height of 8 to 10 feet above the ground with a maximum angle of tilt. WAAREE solar panels supplied for this project are made of dark non-reflective materials to reduce glint and glare potential.
“We plan to strengthen our base in the USA by opening a local office in California shortly,” says Sunil Rathi, director of sales and marketing at WAAREE Energies Ltd. “WAAREE’s commitment to quality and customer service has led us to become the preferred partner for solar modules globally. We proudly make our products in India and make it for the world.”