Amara Raja Infra Wins 500 MW Solar Project

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Amara Raja Infra Private Limited has won a solar balance-of-system (BoS) project with a capacity of 500 MW/700 MWp from Greenko. Covering a 2,200-acre site near Uyyalavada town in Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, this project represents Amara Raja Infra’s largest-capacity solar project so far. Included in Greenko’s integrated renewable energy project, the project is anticipated to be the first and biggest GW-scale solar, wind, and pumped storage facility globally. The company’s role in the project encompasses the engineering, procurement, and construction for the complete BoS of the 700 MWp solar project.

In June 2023, Amara Raja Infra, a subsidiary of the Indian battery maker Amara Raja Group, was awarded a contract to develop a 100 MW solar facility in Bangladesh.

In May 2023, Amara Raja announced its plans to establish Telangana’s first gigafactory for lithium cell and battery pack manufacturing.

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