AEG Power installs 40 MW since starting Indian operations

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AEG Power installs 40 MW since starting Indian operations

Greentech Lead India: AEG Power Solutions has installed
40 MW since starting operations in India. It has booked 34 MW since January

The orders consisted of complete electrical systems,
including inverters, monitoring and measurement equipment, to equip solar
plants throughout India, mostly in Gujarat.

The completed projects include several within the Gujarat
500 MW Solar Park. The state’s power purchase program involves agreements with
80 project developers, to commission almost 1,000 MW of solar generation
capacity by the end of 2013.

The AEG Power Solutions 1 MW solar plant supplied to EI
Technologies was the first project commissioned at the 500 MW Gujarat Solar

“We were aiming to be the first developer to commission
a plant in the Gujarat Park and felt confident that AEG Power Solutions’
expertise would help us do so,” said N Ranganath, chairman & managing
director, EI Technologies.

“We selected AEG Power Solutions over a dozen
competitors because of their straightforward, honest approach. They lived up to
the faith we bestowed on them, commissioning our plant well before the
deadline,” Ranganath added.

“The successful installations in Gujarat demonstrate
the reactivity and efficiency of our team and show that we are strengthening
our market position,” said Sridhar Murthy, AEG Power Solutions Managing
Director in India.

AEG Power Solutions also executed projects for Saisudhir
Energy, as part of the National Solar Mission.

“We have strong faith in AEG Power Solutions
products and their ability to match performance to specifications,” said P
Udaya Sankar, director & chief operating officer of SaiSudhir Energy.

AEG Power Solutions’ manufacturing facility in Bangalore
was inaugurated in October 2011. In January 2012 alone, the plant recorded
orders for inverters and monitoring solutions representing about 34 MW of
generating capacity in Q1 2012.

All AEG Power Solutions inverters for Indian customers
are manufactured at the Bangalore facility, which now employs about 100 people.

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