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COST OF A 1MW SOLAR PLANT IN INDIA : ESTIMATE, COST OF 1 MW SOLAR PLANT BY CERC.

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Solar prices fall: almost competitive to coal now

Even as long as five years ago, Indian power industry experts would scoff about solar being a feasible source of power that could compete, price-wise, against fossil fuels, never mind issues about capacity utilization.

Solar IndiaIndia's solar projects are now almost competitive with coal-priced ones.

They would be more than a little irritated to learn that a few days ago, the state of Madhya Pradesh accepted the bid presented by HimgiriEnergy Ventures to supply solar power to the state grid at a rock bottom price of Rs 6.5 ($0.106) a unit, according to this article. Apparently, the price was 13 percent lower than the lowest price recorded to date in India, and a staggering 61 percent fall over the past three years. The most significant detail, of course, is that this price is just 14 percent above the thermal power pricing per unit of Rs 5.71 ($0.093).

 

This would be a tremendous development by itself, but when you consider the dire state of affairs within India's energy landscape, it becomes even more monumental. Today, India's energy consumption is only a fourth of the global average, so you can imagine what's going to happen when 60 percent of Indians finally climb out of poverty and the rest of urban India ramps up its consumption. Tack on a major push towards manufacturing, which this largely service economy will need to do to increase per capita income, and you've got a massive increase in projected power demand — and a serious shortfall.

 

By 2035, the BP Energy Outlook suggests that India will outstrip China as the largest source of energy demand growth in the world — a whopping 132 percent versus China's 71 percent, and double the aggregate of non-OECD countries — while its energy import bill in all likelihood will be around $300 billion.

Coal PlantsIndia's reliance on foreign coal has increased, pumping up electricity prices.

Now, India can theoretically power itself with the large and abundant reserves of coal available. After all, at 293 billion tonnes, it has the fourth largest coal reserves in the world, and 10 percent of global deposits.

 

However, much of that coal is of poor quality or unmined, resulting in imports of over $15 billion, with the country still desperate for more. The country also has abundant gas reserves in the Krishna Godavari basin, but so far, Reliance Industries, having being commissioned to extract it, has spent the majority of its time arguing with the government about the price of gas it should be allowed to charge, rather than delivering it.

 

Meanwhile, state utilities are going bankrupt thanks to expensive coal imported from places like Indonesia and South Africa. All in all, India registered a peak power deficit of 11 percent, having lost 15.1 billion units of electricity due to a coal shortage. In other words, India is increasingly going to get import dependent without a significant change in its strategy. What it clearly needs is a "basket" of solutions, rather than just this or that.

 

So, it's easy to see why everyone was especially focused on the second round of the National Solar Mission, whose end goal is the building of 22,000MW of solar capacity by 2022. The last round saw bids that were three times the advertised requirement. Apparently, the increase in capacity is being fuelled by the new tariff, set at Rs 5.5 ($0.0901) per unit, with some assistance from the government in the form of "viability gap funding".

 

Feeding solar power to the national grid is all well and good, but the real revolution in India, as this article explains, is bringing light for the first time to rural parts of India that have been conveniently ignored since independence. Today, companies like Naturetech Infra's micro grids — of 150 watts (powering 20 households) to 5 kilo watt (40 households and commercial use like water pumps) — in backward villages in India's largest state of Uttar Pradesh gives families seven hours of power, enough to run two bulbs, one fan, and a mobile charging point for Rs 120, a bargain, considering the kind of impact it could have on their lives. Courtesy : Rajiv Rao ZD Net


 

 

SECI has changed its address

With effect from 15th March 2014, the new official address of SECI is changed  to as below:

 

Solar Energy Corporation of India
(A Govt. of India Enterprise)
D-3, A Wing, 1st Floor
District Centre, Saket, New Delhi-110017
Email: corporate@seci.gov.in
Phone Number: 011-71989200

 

* Cheapest Solar Power Ever in the US?

Texas utility Austin Energy is going to be paying 5 cents per kilowatt-hour for solar power, and it could mean lower customer rates.

City-owned Austin Energy is about to sign a 25-year PPA with Sun Edison for 150 megawatts of solar power at "just below" 5 cents per kilowatt-hour. The power will come from two West Texas solar facilities, according to reports in the Austin American-Statesman. According to reports, around 30 proposals were at prices near SunEdison’s. Austin Energy has suggested that the PV deal will slightly lower rates for customers. 

This is one of the lowest, if not the lowest, reported prices for contracted solar that we have seen. Last year, First Solar (FSLR) entered a 25-year PPA in New Mexico for 50 megawatts of solar power at 5.79 cents per kilowatt-hour. That number included a significant PTC from the state. The Macho Springs project, the Austin project and most solar projects of this nature rely on the 30 percent federal Investment Tax Credit.Austin Energy's net sub-five cent price does not include any state PTC, according to Monty Humble of energy development firm Brightman EnergyLLC. He said that the utility was "to be commended" for this solicitation. Humble added, "Based on our analysis, it can be done. There's not a whole lot of profit in it, but it's not a loss leader. It's a legitimate bid."    

GTM Solar Analyst Cory Honeyman points out that "new PPAs signed in North Carolina fetched prices between 4.5 and 5 cents per kilowatt-hour." Like Macho Springs, those projects could also take advantage of an in-state tax credit to make the economics work. Honeyman said that none of the projects in Georgia or North Carolina were larger than 20 megawatts, so 5 cents does seem like "an unprecedented low for large-scale projects."Bret Kadison, COO of Austin-based Brazos Resources, an energy investment firm, said this was "a highly competitive solicitation." Although historically, "Texas hasn't been a hotbed of solar, you're starting to see that change. ERCOT needs the generation."

He expects to see more solar activity "not just as a green source of energy, but as an affordable source of energy. Texas is seeing economic growth, but the power grid has not kept pace." Kadison added, "When you think about the volatility of natural gas, a 25-year PPA starts to look pretty attractive."Kadison notes, "This is below the all-in cost of natural gas generation, even with low fuel prices and before factoring in commodity volatility and cost overruns." He also points out that the original RFP was for 50 megawatts, but the utility ended up buying 150 megawatts "in a red state where hydrocarbons dominate the political landscape." Kadison suggests that "one of the biggest cost reduction drivers that allowed solar to reach this parity came from the massive reduction in financing costs." 

The 5-cent price falls below Austin Energy's estimates for natural gas at 7 cents, coal at 10 cents and nuclear at 13 cents. The utility points out that it approved a 16.5-cent price for the Webberville solar plant in 2009.

Austin Energy has a 35 percent renewable energy resource goal by 2016 and a solar goal of 200 megawatts by 2020. The utility is currently at about 25 percent, much of it made up by its 850 megawatts of wind.   

Humble of Brightman Energy said, "I expect that this will force a lot of players to reexamine their approach and get far more aggressive. Because of the size of the ERCOT market and the size of the state, Texas is potentially the largest solar market in the country." According to GTM Research's 2013 U.S. SMI report, Texas ranked 8th in the nation with 75 megawatts installed in 2013. Courtesy:GTM


 

 

 

 

COST OF A 1 MW SOLAR POWER PLANT :ESTIMATE

 

ITEM

Rs (in lakhs)

 

Supply, Installation, Erection & Commissioning of Modules

 330 (REC orEquivalent)

Module Mounting Structure and associated civil works

80

Installation, Erection & Commissioning of Inverters 

60 (AEG or Equivalent)

Cables and associated civil works

40

Testing & Commissioning of Transformer

18

H. T. Panel and associated civil works

15

Meters with C.T. & P.T., Isolators, four pole structure & related evacuation system with switchyard lighting and civil works

18

SCADA, Weather station, Earthing & Lighting Protection

25

ACDB, DCDB, Batteries with Chargers, Control Panel etc.

08

String Combiner Boxes

12

Inverter & Control room, Boundary wall work, approach road with water tank

30

Insurance

09

Engineering & Men Power & Out of Pocket Expenses

15

Miscellaneous

 

 Total                                                                       660 lakhs (6.60 Crores)

 

Mounting Structurers (with tracking - Single Axis)  

              80

Mounting Structurers (with tracking - Dual Axis)  

              140

   

 Its a known fact that single axis and dual axis tracking technologies provide more than 15% additional generated power. However technical experts choose to operate without both single axis and dual axis tracking systems, simply to avoid any moving part in the plant. They want to avoid the risk of a breakdown ever.

Even CERC has estimated the cost of a solar power plant without taking tracking systems.

There are some newer Tracking systems which claim lower costs and higher efficiencies. Costing less than 10 % of the project cost and providing more than 25 % efficiency. These seem pretty good to go.

S.No Particulars Capital Cost  (Rs. Lakh/MW) % of total cost
1 PV Modules 334 55%
2 Land Cost 18 3%
3 Civil and General Works 50 8%
4 Mounting Structures 40 7%
5 Power Conditioning Unit 50 8%
6  Evacuation Cost up to Inter-connection Point  60 10%
  (Cables and Transformers)     
7 Preliminary and Pre-Operative Expenses  60 10%
  including IDC and contingency     
8 Total Capital Cost 612 100%

 

 

COST OF 1MW WITH CNPV/ CSUN

 

ITEM

Rs (in lakhs)

 

Supply, Installation, Erection & Commissioning of Modules

300

Module Mounting Structure and associated civil works

80

Installation, Erection & Commissioning of Inverters 

60 (BONFIGLIOLI or Equivalent)

Cables and associated civil works

35

Testing & Commissioning of Transformer

18

H. T. Panel and associated civil works

15

Meters with C.T. & P.T., Isolators, four pole structure & related evacuation system with switchyard lighting and civil works

15

SCADA, Weather station, Earthing & Lighting Protection

20

ACDB, DCDB, Batteries with Chargers, Control Panel etc.

08

String Combiner Boxes

10

Inverter & Control room, Boundary wall work, approach road with water tank

35

Insurance

09

Engineering & Men Power & Out of Pocket Expenses

15

Miscellaneous

 

 

  

Total                                                                        620 lakhs  (6.20 Crores) 

 

 

WHAT IS THE REAL CAPITAL COST OF A SOLAR PV PLANT?(BY EAI NARSI)SOURCE

You might say I should not be asking this question, rather, I should be telling you the answer. I agree and disagree.

Yes, I have the basic data of the component costs for a solar PV power plants – the panel cost, the balance of system cost, land costs, installation & evacuation costs.

But, you know what, it is not quite as easy. There is significant variability in practically all the  cost components

Panels – could be thin film or crystalline (not to mention CPV), and could be made in India, or imported from high-quality, high cost countries such as Germany, or from our nice neighbor China at dirt cheap prices (with questionable quality of course)

Balance of systems – well, this is relatively predictable with precision, but not in absolute. It capital cost depends on whether you wish to use trackers or not, for instance. The cost of inverters can vary a lot as well, based on the brand. Thankfully here, many of the other commoditized components, cables, transformers etc., can be estimated with a fair degree of precision

Land cost – Is it 3 lakhs per acre or 10 lakhs per acre. Depends on where you put it up, doesn’t it?

Installation costs – EPCs come in many varieties, and so do their costs. Is it 5% of project cost or 7%? 2% is a lot of money when you are talking about project costs upwards of 100 crores.

I am sure you get it. Taking low-end estimates for each of the above gives me the following number (all costs per MW)

  • Panels – Rs 3 crores (thin film, 60 cents per W)
  • Balance of system – Rs 4 crores
  • Land cost – 0.12 crores (3 lakhs per acre)
  • Installation cost & evacuation – 0.35 crores approx (5% of total cost)

The total comes to approximately 7.5 crores

Now, zip to the high end (all costs per MW)

  • Panels – Rs 4 crores (crystalline, 80 cents per W)
  • Balance of system – Rs 5 crores (super quality inverters and trackers)
  • Land cost – 0.4 crores
  • Installation cost & evacuation – 0.65 crores (7% of total cost)

The total comes to approximately 10 crores

Now, this is the band most of us have been talking about – Rs 7.5-10 crores. Of course, there are folks talking about sub-7 crores as well, and I would like to hear from them too how they arrived at those numbers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

COST OF A 1MW SOLAR PLANT WITH TIER2 PANELS & PRACTISES

 

  

ITEM

Rs (in lakhs)

 

Supply, Installation, Erection & Commissioning of Modules

330

Module Mounting Structure and associated civil works

90

Installation, Erection & Commissioning of Inverters 

55

Cables and associated civil works

35

Testing & Commissioning of Transformer

18

H. T. Panel and associated civil works

10

Meters with C.T. & P.T., Isolators, four pole structure & related evacuation sistem with switchyard lighting and civil works

18

SCADA, Weather station, Earthing & Lighting Protection

15

ACDB, DCDB, Batteries with Chargers, Control Panel etc.

08

String Combiner Boxes

12

Inverter & Control room, Boundary wall work, approach road with water tank

30

Insurance

09

Engineering & Men Power & Out of Pocket Expenses

15

Miscellaneous

 

 

 

 Total                                                                        645 lakhs (6.45 Crores)

 

This is avoidable , solar power generation is a profitable project. with an investment of Rs.2 Crores one can earn upto 40 crores and more in the ensuing 25 years, so its better to go with tier 1 panels, BOS and practises.

Look for EPCs that use best brands. Best practices. With proven performances.

Not just the best price.

  

Accelerated Depreciation of 80 % of the capital to companies with tax liability

REC route ideal for Companies with high tax liability, with AD benefit

Promoter’s equity approx Rs 2 cr/ MW

Detailed Project report cost included in the project cost

Bank loan can be 70%, with collateral security from promoter

Project viable even with own capital without bank loan

It takes 6 months to complete a project

As per REC route Rs 12.60/ unit (discom2.60, rec9.30) can be realised 

 , REC price range of Rs9.30-13.40 will be valid till 2017 march. Post 2017 march the price band will be announced by mnre .It is likely to be low to very low approx Rs 2-3.

1 MW can generate approx 1.5- 1.7million units per year   

Govt selling price of electricity to go up to Rs 13 to Rs 14 per unitThe Hindu

Judgement of Rajasthan High Court on RPO REC asking Vedanta for failing to meet RPO

 

 

Solar energy BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  in:-

 

RAJASTHAN     ANDHRA PRADESH    MADHYA PRADESH  UTTAR PRADESH  

ODISSHA   WEST BENGAL    PUNJAB    HARYANA   KARNATAKA  

MAHARASHTRA       GUJARAT       BIHAR

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    Dear Sir , I am sending some of the information about my company and its services. Skystar ) an End-to-End Solar Solution Provider and One Stop Shop for all kind of Solar Photovoltaic applications. skystar has evolved as Leading Solar EPC Player in India, headquarters in talcher, ODISHA, India and provides turnkey solutions for Solar Power Projects. we are enabled by a rich network of industry experts, government officials, investors, financing institutions and other such key stakeholders in the Indian and international solar market. Our expertise and research is strengthened knowledge resources such as price indices, project & stakeholder databases and a document library. For Minimizing the risk of project developer we follow below process strictly. SITE SELECTION( Site Identification and Project Pre-Feasibilities)----------------->BIDDING PROECESS/PROJECT ALLOTMENT/PPA------ -------->PROJECT DEVELOPMENT APPROVELS AND CLEARANCE -------------> FINANCING AND FUNDING ----------------------> PROJECT CONSTRUCTION AND COMMISSIONING ---------------------------> OPERATION AND MAINTANENCE NOW WE ARE ALL READY WORKING IN PRIVATE THIRD PARTY WHICH RATE ON PPA IS 10/- PER WATT Some of Our Key Services . 1) Funding and Financial Services-- Shree Sai Non- Conventional Energy pvt Ltd facilitates financing of solar power projects, mainly through international financing institutions and funds , specialized government agencies in power sector,NBFC and Banks. We help Indian project developers understand the requirements and criteria of international financing institutions, and provide easy access. Our role in the financing landscape includes Indian /international financing, project due diligence, debt syndication advisory and financial structuring. Shree Sai Non-Conventional Energy Pvt Ltd can help facilitate financing with most of the prominent lenders to the sector. These prominent sources for debt financing of solar projects are: Indian commercial banks • SBI, Axis Bank, Yes Bank, ICICI Non-banking financial companies • Infrastructure funds - SBI Macquarie, IL&FS; and Taurus Infrastructure Fund. • Dedicated power sector financing - Power Finance Corporation (PFC) and Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) • Investment banks – L&T; Finance, SBI CAPITAL MARKETS, Bank of America, Barclays Capital, BNP Paribas, Lazzard and Credit Suisse. 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Sectors Financed • Small Hydro Generation • Wind Generation • Bio-Energy including Co-generation • Solar Energy (Solar PV and Solar Thermal) • New & Emerging Technology, as defined by MNRE • Energy Efficiency & Energy Conservation 2)Turnkey Project Consultancy- Shree Sai Non Conventional Energy Pvt Ltd 's turnkey services cut across the mezannines of complex front-end engineering design, construction, installation and commissioning to long-term operations and maintenance. 1) Providing options for different lands in different states./Site Selection The first task towards project development is the identification of a suitable site. We identify a site and check its availability with the local Patwari (Clerk level officer at state revenue department) we make sure there should not be litigation or any other issues in those lands( As you are interested in Teleangana Below are some options ). 2) Site and Project Assessment When most people think of site assessment, they tend to look at obvious things such as average solar insolation for the region and local site conditions. While it is true that solar can be developed anywhere, utility-scale solar projects make more sense in areas such as a desert where the land is relatively inexpensive and the solar resource is stronger and usually more available. There is more to choosing a proper site than simply finding cheap land in the desert with good solar insolation levels, however. Developers also need to consider local infrastructure availability and capacity. Solar power plants can be built relatively close to substations with access to transmission lines with available capacity. Siting power plants close to the load or consumer reduces losses associated with long-distance transmission. This flexibility is an advantage over other renewable energy technologies. As with any project, it is crucial to consider environmental and community concerns. Environmental groups have tied up more than one power project with costly legal battles. And local residents, while supportive of solar in general, may have concerns about the appearance of a field of solar modules within their view. Before final site selection, it is important to conduct environmental studies and investigate community concerns so the project is not blocked before it even begins. 3) Project Registration- It is mandatory for the project developer to register the project with the State Nodal Agency ( SNA ). A registration number is provided to the developer and a non-refundable registration fee plus service tax is charged This is important from the developer’s perspective as only when the projects have been registered with SNA, can the agency provide any assistance to the developers with issues such as land identification, blocking, grid interconnection and other clearances from various other departments. Following details are to be submitted along with application for registration to SNA ; • A certified copy of the Memorandum & Article of Association of the Company. • Certified copy of the registration certificate. • Certified copy of the partnership deed. • Certified copy of the Authority conferring powers on the person(s) who are competent to execute the MOU/the agreement with DISCOM/ NVVN / IREDA . • Pre-feasibility Report/Detailed Project Report • Annual Audited accounts of the Company for last three years and for the current year un-audited, if available. • Certificate from the Chartered Account showing the "Net Worth" of the Company. 3) In Principal approval Grid Connection We send letter to SEB for obtaining an ‘In-Principle’ approval for grid interconnection. We send all the details of land, maps and tentative interconnection arrangement designs/drawings. 4) Bidding Process /Project Allotment- 5) Project Development, Approvals and Clearance 6) Design and optimization Once the site has been selected, design and optimization of the solar plant can begin. Things can get complicated as developers try to strike a balance between first costs, Total Operating Costs (TOC) and Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) . Here are three ways decisions made during the design phase can affect first costs, TOC and LCOE. 7)Product design 8) Product Selection. 9)System optimization 10)Procurement Solar projects can be complex, and funding sources fickle. It is important for developers to complete the solar project while funding is still available and to assure investors the project will operate as planned. Therefore, developers must select suppliers that can deliver as promised. Here are a few things to think about when selecting a supplier, whether it’s an equipment supplier or an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm: • What is their experience in the market? Do they have the references to support their claims? • What is the supplier’s relationship and experience with utilities and off takers of power to ensure grid integration is successful and efficient? • What is the financial strength of the EPC? How deep is their balance sheet and do they have the financial strength to deliver even in tough times? • Are their products designed for the harsh solar environment? Sand, wind, dust, salt and other elements can wreak havoc on sensitive equipment. • Could supply disruptions and shortages cause problems, or does the supplier have the capacity to minimize these? • What are their testing procedures? Do they test equipment before it reaches your site? While few suppliers provide 100% of the solar solution, developers do well to minimize the number of suppliers they work with to reduce the number of moving parts in any solar project. 11)Installation and commissioning Installing and commissioning a solar plant is different from other types of power plants, with each particular type of solar having its own challenges. One commonality is that solar plants contain a large number of components. When installing in harsh environments, special care needs to be given to the handling of these components so they are not damaged during the process. In addition, shipping and delivery of these components need to be coordinated so they are available when needed. If they arrive too early in the process, the risk of damage increases as they can be exposed to the elements while awaiting installation. We ensure all contractors working on the job are solar-trained. It helps to ensure the vendor in charge of the project has extensive solar project management experience and that project managers are well-versed in managing solar projects. 12)Maintenance Solar PV power is faster to deploy than other types of power plants, but the average PPA of a PV plant is 20 to 25 years based on the design life of a solar module. This means the solar developer has a shorter window of time in which to achieve and maximize profitability of the plant. To maximize profitability of the solar plant,We think about three things: -Maximizing uptime; -Maximizing output and revenue -Extending the life of the plant Asset maintenance – Asset maintenance is a discipline that can help maximize uptime and extend the life of the plant. A key component of asset maintenance is asset monitoring to predict potential failure. For example, ABB offers TEC MonitoringTM, an online power transformer monitoring service that detects gassing and other signs of potential transformer failure. In addition to asset condition monitoring, asset maintenance helps ensure regularly scheduled preventive maintenance. ABB has found utilities that have deployed its Ventyx Asset Management applications can reduce downtime by 20% while reducing maintenance costs by 30%. In-field servicing – Technology that allows in-field servicing can also improve uptime. Using the example of power transformers, again, the challenge in transporting these large machines can make them costly to repair. In-field services, such as oil reclamation and low frequency heating to dry the insulation can decrease downtime, cut costs and extend the life of the equipment. Component selection – The equipment you choose plays a significant role in maximizing uptime. When selecting components, ask about ratings such as Mean Time to Repair (MTTR). Of course, requiring less maintenance is a great way to improve uptime. In addition, suppliers who manufacture and stock components that don’t have to be shipped overseas can decrease downtime significantly. Innovations such as the extended range instrument transformer can be used as a universal spare, decreasing downtime while lowering inventory costs of components on hand. Customer enablement Solar energy, at least at this stage of its development, is not a primary energy source for most consumers. However, one of the industry’s keys to success is to enable consumers to choose solar over other sources. Demand Response is a technology that helps utilities encourage the use of solar power. OTHER SERVICES 1)O&M; 2) Merger and aquisition- The world over, solar energy projects are seen as a highly rated asset class, with transparent and constant yield projections over the next 25 years and very few external dependencies and operational expenses. India has seen rapid creation of solar energy assets over the past 3 years from 20 MW in 2009 to 2000 MW presently. Many of these assets will prove to be worthy of high-performing investment portfolios. Shree Sai Non-Conventional Energy Pvt Ltd has been in the centre of the market for the last 2 years, working with project developers, EPC contractors, suppliers, off-takers and policy-makers. We understand the technology, policies and people involved in the projects thoroughly. Our growing expertise in the Indian solar energy market puts us in an advantageous position to advise the stakeholders throughout the life-cycle of any deal. Buyers need to know what they are buying, and we can provide the due diligence to help you identify key value sources and separate what is important from what is not. We understand the points of risk inherent to a solar energy project and can help the buyers assess the targets in accordance with their own criteria. Shree Sai Non Conventional Energy Pvt Ltd provides the following transaction services for M&A; of solar projects in India: • Intelligence and networking • Identification of target projects • Creation of asset pools • Creation of investor pools • Coordination of non-binding offers • Coordination of independent third-party legal assistance • Coordination of independent third-party valuation • Coordination of independent third-party technical due-diligence • Assistance with negotiation and closure • Deal structuring • Assistance in FDI transactions Shree Sai Non Conventional Energy Pvt Ltd an extensive network of developers in India and maintains a project database to track each project and its performance. This gives us a unique advantage in the mergers and acquisition space. Our expertise in understanding the business and financial aspects acts as a differentiator in terms of meeting the returns expectations of the buyer and the seller. We work closely with technical experts and law firms to select technically sound projects and hence, are able to structure the deals in an optimum way. We will be with you through out the Project to oversee smooth completion in a very transparent way. I will send you some more information including cost and other discription shortly. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us. Thanks and Regards Sunanda kumar saml Project Consultant 09777108949 Like

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