1 MW photovoltaic plant using Suniva’s technology comes online as Indian officials approve target for 20 GW of installed capacity by 2020.
India-based Titan Energy Worldwide (OTCBB:TEWI) is now feeding energy to India’s electric grid from a 1-megawatt solar photovoltaic farm in Jamuria, West Bengal—one of the largest solar projects in the country.
The news came today from Atlanta, Ga.-based solar cell manufacturer Suniva, which signed a $480 million deal last year to supply crystalline solar cells to Titan through 2013. The Indian manufacturer is using the cells to make solar modules and specialty PV products (see Suniva signs $480 million deal with India’s Titan Energy).
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