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UP Sabzi Mandi project to be lighted by battery-based solar power



Consul Neowatt has received the approvals for execution of one of the largest battery-based hybrid solar power projects in India, totalling over 3 MW. The company shared the information in Lucknow on 26th of July, 2017.


The project will be powered by Consul Neowatt’s much-acclaimed Sunbird range of hybrid solar inverters, which has strong performance credentials and is one of the preferred choices of solar system integrators in India for any solar power plant with energy storage.


The Sabzi Mandi project, initiated by the Government of Uttar Pradesh, is a full-fledged market facility for farmers well equipped with cold storage facilities, shops, drainage systems, and warehouses. The project will cover 16 locations in the state and locations will be fitted with multiple units of 150kW to 400kW Sunbird solar PCUs to be self-sufficient for uninterrupted power supply.


The solar power in these sites will serve a mix load of pump motors, lighting, cool storage fans and other infrastructural needs of the Mandis.


Talking about the project, Sriram Ramakrishnan, CEO & MD, Consul Neowatt Power Solutions Pvt. Ltd, said, “Our Sunbird range of solar inverters has proven its ruggedness and ability to handle a variety of loads over the last couple of years and was the natural choice for a project that required solar power to not only power up the traditional lighting loads but also pump motors and cold storage fans. This project demonstrates the feasibility of high power solar power plants with energy storage as a viable option for DG sets and is enabled by the industry-leading technology in-built in our Sunbird hybrid solar PCUs.”


Consul Neowatt offers a comprehensive lineup of solar inverters for customers, namely Off-grid, Hybrid and On-grid inverter solutions. Consul Neowatt range of solar inverters and power conditioning units (PCUs) have been deployed in large projects that include homes under Remote Village Electrification as part of the “Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana” (DDUGJY) Project, Petrol Retail outlets of major retailers like IOCL, BPCL, HPCL, Reliance and Essar, major educational institutions like IITs, sports complexes, and government establishments – Defence, Police and Railways.


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