Nuevosol to Supply Mounting System for India First Solar Power Plant Inside an Airport

Published August 26th 2013 at 5:06pm
Nuevosol Energy 
Carports to airports, Nuevosol has been executing a large project of the country. India's first solar power plant inside an airport is being constructed in DIAL and Nuevosol won the contract to Design, Supply and Install seasonally adjustable mounting structures. A similar project is under execution at an Airport in South India, while many such are in the pipeline.

While executing the Ground mount utility scale projects Nuevosol is also constructing India's first MW scale Car Port power plant being constructed for a car manufacturer. This model of car port based power plants has been a very popular model in Europe and is slowly catching pace in India. Similarly Power plants on metallic inclined roofs involve specialised mounting and Nuevosol is entrusted with installing some of the India's first few industrial roof power plants. 

Nuevosol also won the 5MW BHEL Ranipet tender for Mounting Structures. This is a first of its kind museum like power plant with all types of solutions under display and observation. It is a mixture of various types of fixed structures with 1MW of Seasonal Tilt and 1MW of Single Axis Tracker structures. This will become India's first power plant to corroborate results of efficiency increase via seasonal tilt vs tracking vs fixed structures. 

Speaking on the same CEO & MD Mr. Himamsu says "This quarter is quite exciting with not only the mega power plants, but also with Country's highly prestigious projects. We thank our clients for entrusting such a responsibility on us with complete confidence on our design and execution capabilities."

It is currently executing 50MWs of orders and has already bagged 90MWs of orders for the coming 2 months and observes a definite pipeline of more than 200MWs for the next 5 months.

Source: Nuevosol
ENF Profiles For Companies Mentioned in This Article

Nuevosol Energy (Solar Components):
Nuevosol Energy (Solar System Installers):
PV industry news is republished free of charge, please send your news to