Talesun Solar, a PV module manufacturer, has signed a 250 MW PV module supply agreement with Clean Solar Power (Bhainsada) Private Limited, an Indian renewable energy company. As per the tender guidelines, Talesun Solar will deliver its BIPRO series bifacial modules, which are based on 10-busbar half-cut cell technology and have a first-year deterioration of less than 2 per cent and linear attenuation of less than 0.45 per cent.
Clean Solar Power’s ground-mounted solar power project in Rajasthan, India, will use the solar modules. According to India’s Central Electricity Authority, the country’s cumulative installed renewable energy power generation capacity reached 151.4 GW as of December 31, 2021, including 49.3 GW of solar PV capacity. Given India’s aim to install 500 GW of non-fossil fuel-based energy capacity and generate 50 per cent of its power from renewable energy sources by 2030, the solar industry has a large growth potential.